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Do you know the facts about angels and Devils?

Weekly Newsletter August 28, 2006   Support our seminarians! In conjunction with the Colorado Springs Serra Club, we have created this registry for seminarians. These items are ones that we would like to give to new seminarians to help them with their studies and also to provide them with clerics as they leave for seminary. When you purchase items from ...

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Weekly Newsletter Are you a Catechist? This newsletter is for you! August 23, 2006   What Every Catechist Should Know All the information you need to be a first-rate catechist.Catechesis is one of the most important jobs you can take on. Fortunately, you don’t need a doctorate in theology. What you do need is a thorough grounding in the Catholic ...

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New Homeschooling Homepage

For the next month the Aquinas and More homepage will be featuring a bunch of homeschooling stuff including links to different Catholic Homeschool Curricula, Catholic homeschooling blogs and some tips on choosing a curriculum. If you haven’t checked out our homeschooling resources, this is a great time to do that.

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School is Coming. Are You Ready?

Please take a look at our large collection of resources for school.   A large selection of Catholic posters you can use in the classroom. The Rosary Posters 22 full-color posters. Features: a simple introduction to the rosary, the traditional 15 mysteries and the Mysteries of Light, step-by-step rosary chart, reproducible prayer pages. This illustrated chart of Noah’s Ark shows ...

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Things For Which to Plan Far Ahead

Every year we seem to miss some major sales possibilities because the dates sneak up on us. I’m sure we aren’t the only store with this problem. Here are a few major ones to remember: Back to school (August) – start planning in May. You need to contact schools during the summer if you want to sell them religious ed ...

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Solemn Mass Bleg

For reasons I’m not going to get into here, the only weekly Solemn Mass in our diocese was terminated last month. I am interested in where other places are that actually have them. If you could, list the parish, diocese, website and a brief description about what they do (all Latin, some Latin, chant, bells, incense, etc.) I know of ...

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Aack! We've Been Memed!

Thanks to Happy Catholic, we have been memed for the first time since we started this blog. Is that a milestone? I would invite my staff to answer this as well. 1. One book that changed your life: Staring into Chaos – This disturbing book from Spence Publishing is a study of the decline of the West through the lense ...

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What I Learned on the Way to the Catholic Marketing Convention

When they say get there 90 minutes before your flight, they mean it. I was 50 minutes early and with all the security stuff made it on to the plane five minutes before takeoff. The security agent who is incomprehensible 30 feet away doesn’t get any more coherent when you get closer. I think she said something about putting all ...

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