Creator Mundi features blog posts with inspirational ideas and religious information.
Our large catalog of Catholic products has been hand selected based on the ability to energize one’s faith. We aim to make your shopping experience as pleasant as possible. Even thought we have an amazing selection of Catholic art, our collection of artwork and gifts are not limited to those practicing the Catholic faith. Our products and art will resonate with any member of the Catholic church or any Christian denomination from all over the world.
At Creator Mundi, we have worked hard to bring you a vast array of unique art pieces that will enrich you and your loved ones lives for many years to come.
Catholic Church Supply
Out team has put a ton of effort into bringing you a large selection of religiously relevant products for your home or church. We have bronze art, seasonal Catholic art, statuary art, wall decor, chalices, rosary, pendants, crosses and crucifixes and much more. All of our sacred artwork is specially hand-crafted with traditional or modern designs and the highest quality craftsmanship.
We have a large variety of different Catholic goods available, and we offer special pricing for wholesale and non-profit purchases. At Creator Mundi, we value all of our customers, and if you do not find what you need, we are more than happy to special order it for you.
Heirloom Quality Catholic Gifts
Creator Mundi is the ideal place to find all of your Catholic gift needs. We have a unique array of Catholic products and goods, so you are sure to find the perfect piece for your home, office, or place of worship. You will see as you search our website, we have made it a point to assemble our items in a manner that will assist you in finding that special Catholic gift that will enrich lives, for years to come. Many of the Catholic products we offer are perfect for baptisms, weddings, first communion, confirmations and nearly any other special occasion. We frequently add new products to our website so be sure to check back often.
Change is a central part of life, and Creator Mundi is in for a big change that we’d like to let loyal customers of our Denver Gallery know about. Some of you may have noticed that the storefront of our old location on 3rd Avenue is a little emptier than it used to be.
That’s because we’ve moved our Denver Gallery and converted it into our Showroom in our Littleton location. We will continue to offer hand-crafted sacred art of the finest quality from artists around the world and from here in Colorado at our new location, just as we have at the Cherry Creek location for so many years.
For the time being, our new Showroom in Littleton is by appointment only on Friday afternoons every week, so please contact us for more information or to set up a time to visit. Check back here on our website regularly for more information about hours, sales, and special events.
This relocation and conversion of our Gallery into our Showroom gives us the opportunity to sincerely thank each and every one of our customers who have supported us at our Cherry Creek location over the years. We’ve gotten to know some of you quite well, and others we’ve only seen a few times, but you all have a warm place in our hearts. Thank you for helping support sacred art the way it should be – hand-crafted (not mass produced), heirloom-quality works of artisanship that are theologically sound and Biblically resonant. We hope to continue to serve you online at www.creatormundi.com or see you at our new Showroom in Littleton!
Thank you, and we look forward to being with you as we start this new phase of our existence – and to help you through whatever changes life brings you as well.
The Staff at Creator Mundi
Are you looking for ideas regarding a catholic gift for a friend or loved one? Would you like to find unique catholic religious gifts from around the world? If you answered yes, then this is the right place for you. Creator Mundi carries one of a kind collections of sacred art from Germany; hand carved nativities from Italy, and hand-crafted dolomite statuaries from France. Some of these pieces come from Monasteries or artist workshops that the founder of Creator Mundi visited as a child.
A Wide Range Of Gift Ideas
Our collection of religious artwork offers is comprised of a variety of several of one of a kind art pieces, inexpensive gifts, and cards. Helping to come up with a few catholic gift ideas shouldn’t be too difficult. Please keep in mind that our gifts are not just for Catholics. These gifts are a great way to reach out to others ecumenically. We can offer you religious items geared toward any sacrament; Anointing of the Sick, Baptism, Confirmation, First Communion, Marriage, an Ordination of a new priest or nun, and even reconciliation gifts.
A Gift For Any Occasion
Our gifts are not just for the sacraments. A housewarming is a perfect time to shop for catholic religious gifts. Graduations, Anniversary’s, Mother’s day, Fathers day, and birthdays all are perfect occasions to purchase a gift for anyone. Catholic tradition calls for the celebration of many feast days; we celebrate the lives of a Saint daily. Each feast and Saint holds a different meaning. We have the largest selection of culturally authentic multi-denominational religious gifts appropriate for the celebration of any special day.
A large statue or sculpture would look beautiful in a garden grotto. We carry monuments, statuettes and figurines. Creator Mundi has a collection of catholic religious gifts you will not find anywhere else. These pieces are more than just religious art. They each make a statement about the dedication we have for our faith. Each piece that we offer is beautifully artistic and relevant. The treasures that wait for you at Creator Mundi are distinctive, authentic culturally; sacred, and biblically based. When, you are searching for the perfect catholic gift idea, choose Creator Mundi. Place your order online or call to today for help completing your purchase.
As our year comes to an end we return these moments of our life to God.
They are filled with our diaries,
with our thoughts,
with our questions
with our goodness
with our failures.
We thank God for
With our hearts and hands wide open
we stand in front of You
to receive a new Year:
Bless us, oh Lord, and all your gifts,
that we are about to receive.”
Sunday Gaudete (Rejoice), the third Sunday in Advent of 2012, our nation and many hearts all over the world grieved in memory of the little children and their educators who had died in one of our towns just two days earlier. I was visiting in Seattle. As we approached St. James Cathedral on Sunday morning we were greeted and embraced by all the bells that are able to ring in the Cathedral’s bell tower. All we wanted to do was stand there and listen, and listen some more…. What meditation and prayer had not been able to achieve, the sound of the chorus of bells did. Peace came over me and ever since, when the tears in my heart dwell, I recapture this moment of acoustic beauty and blessing, having been embraced and consoled by a very special sanctified and grace-filled space in the world.
Following 9/11, I remember a television commentator asking a religious leader, “What do parents tell their children when they come home from school today?”
I will never forget the Rabbi’s answer: First, shut off the TV. Second, gather at the table tonight and share a meal. Make space for questions. You don’t have to have an answer, simply give the gift of listening. Then if you are a family of faith, say a prayer… Pray for the victims. Pray for the ones that caused this terrible deed. Next light a candle. Tell your children that this horrible event was planned in the dark. Let your children and teenagers know they are the light. Keep gathering, listening, praying and lighting a candle. Each and every day as your sons and daughters leave the house, remind them they are the light (of Christ) in the world that helps the world and a community heal.
Rocky Mountain Synod Minister for Special Projects
THROUGHOUT TIME the tradition of gift giving has woven itself into the fabric of most cultures and civilizations. In ancient Rome , the Latin word ‘donare’ was coined to designate this custom of giving a gift.
The English language has welcomed this foreign word into the bosom of it’s vocabulary as ‘to donate’. To donate incognito is giving a gift in its purest form.
It means to give freely and without expectation of benefit or reward or public acknowledgement. Today it often seems that we have lost this integrity of truly giving a gift as a one way kindness, a pure gesture of the heart. We instead have settled for ‘exchanging’ gifts. We draw names in order to be more efficient about this business of kindness and generosity. It is still a friendly way to be, if we do not count and calculate and set limits up or down. But often it seems like just making a deal. We have settled for becoming traders.
Doesn’t ‘exchanging a gift’ limit the spirit of this unbelievable feast? Expectations and sometimes disappointments and other human limitations sneak in and somewhat pollute the noble custom of gift giving.
As I search for the gift that will complement your life, please do not measure my generosity or lack thereof. I promise that I will not measure your gift should you give me one.. My joy in having the privilege of choosing a gift for you, is your gift to me. The value of your gift to me lies in the precious fabric and moment of the resolve in your heart to complement my life.
Shall we recapture the true essence of ‘donare’? If we do this well, then perhaps some day soon, we as a nation and as individuals will give to others without expectation of return, no strings attached, for The art and joy of Giving has it’s own rewards such as: ‘PEACE ON EARTH, GOOD WILL TOWARD MEN’
What’s in a logo? The word “logo” has its roots in the Greek verb lego, which means “to count, to tell, to say, or to speak.” In today’s fast-paced culture, we use logos as a way to speak with few words, to convey meaning that can be absorbed intuitively and at a glance. Our logo is no exception, we hope it conveys where we came from, where we stand, and where we are going, all at the same time.
“Creator Mundi” is Latin for “Creator of the World.” By using Latin we hold dearly our Catholic heritage, roots and traditions while reaching out ecumenically.
The silhouettes of two spires rise up in the middle of our logo. This image calls to mind the two majestic spires that adorn the Cathedral of Cologne, Germany, the city where Hildegard was born and raised during World War II. As a child, during a time of physical devastation, Hildegard was supported by her Catholic faith, finding beauty, solace and peace through the historic sacred art within the Cathedral. Art whose purpose was to open the mind into the splendor of the divine and to open the soul onto the numinous mystery of God – a mystery beyond words, time, and all contingent things.
Our distinctive sacred art is artistically beautiful, culturally authentic and biblically based, creating long lasting heirlooms for the family. We offer exceptional gifts suitable for every occasion, season, recipient, and sacramental celebration. We hope that you may find much in our collection of distinctive religious sacred art that stirs and awakens your mind and your soul.