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“End of The World” Invitations Now Available at

It’s the end of the world and we know it… I feel fine” REM Song

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You’ve only got 264 days to prepare a great celebration to go out in style on December 21, 2012, the last day on the Mayan Calendar. Now is the time to start planning.

Don’t fear the end, fight it with fun.

Now available for your “End of the World” party are six new designs at  to choose from with unlimited variations available.

You can also request an entirely new design.

Shake your fist at the Mayans and celebrate.

On Friday, December 21, 2012 the Mayan Calendar of 5,125.37 years or 1,872,000 days runs out. The calendar that started August 11, 3114 B.C. ends at this year’s winter solstice. This means that time will run out. Some believe that the world will end on that day.
This is a great reason to have a party. If you are going out, you should go out having fun.

You can think of it as the biggest New Year’s Eve party of many generation’s lifetimes.

If you want to learn more about the predicted 2012 End of the World, here is a Wikipedia article  and a National Geographic Article about these myths.

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P.S. Do I really believe that the world will end December 21, 2012? No.
I believe what The Bible says:
“Since no one knows the future, who can tell someone else what is to come?” Ecc 8:7 and
“Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will never pass away. But about that day or hour no one knows, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father.” Matt 24:35-36

P.P.S. You can get full service invitations for any celebration at If you can’t find it, we will design it for you, just ask.

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I remember my First Holy Communion. It was a few years ago, but being raised Catholic it was important because First Holy Communion is one of the Seven Sacraments. The Seven Sacraments of the Roman Catholic Church are:

  1. Baptism
  2. Holy Communion
  3. Penance/Confession
  4. Confirmation
  5. Matrimony
  6. Anointing of the Sick
  7. Holy Orders

I remember being taught by the Sisters of the Church over several months, meeting once or twice a week – more often as the First Holy Communion date approached. We rehearsed walking in straight lines and behaving (we were all 7 or 8 years old), and had several songs that we sang during the ceremony. All the other kids were smiling and waving at their parents while they walked down the aisle – exactly what the Sisters told us not to do. This was a serious ceremony and no horseplay was to be tolerated. I don’t think they whacked anyone on the hands with a ruler to keep them in line, but that was a common punishment. It could have been because the Bishop was performing the First Communion ceremony, so the Sisters didn’t want to cause an uproar.

My First Holy Communion was a fantastic event. I felt the presence of God.

And then we partied. My parents invited lots of family, and we all had a nice meal afterward.

I don’t recall the invitations that my parents used. And little did any of us know that years later I’d be part of an invitation company called Poly Graphics that specializes in First Holy Communion Invitations.

Life, and God, gives you surprises,