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Monthly Archives: July 2007

Treasury of Latin Prayers

If you are searching for the best online resource for Catholic prayers in Latin – look no further – we have found it right here. At Aquinas and More we make a wide variety of beautiful custom holy cards, so if you would like any of these venerable and inspiring prayers permanently reproduced, just give us a call or submit your order online ...

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Social Justice – In China!

Yep, just when you thought the Chinese government was just a bunch of corrupt murderers, they have taken on a kinder, gentler face. Now they are concerned with social justice. How exactly? By fining rich people more than they fine regular people for violating the one-child policy. I’m sure that this won’t lead to more abortions and sterilizations.

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New Liturgical Translation Approved, In Print and In Use!

… If you happen to attend a Byzantine parish. We attended the Byzantine Rite while in Tucson for the last two weeks and the pastor gave a great homily on the restoration of the word Theotokos to replace “Mother of God” in the new translation of the rite. I didn’t notice too many other changes except for the introduction of ...

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Catholic Summer Reading Winners

The votes are in and we have our winners: Swimming With Scapulars The Man Who Was Thursday Canticle For Leibowitz We are working on study questions for Swimming With Scapulars but questions for the other two winners can be downloaded at Catholic Summer Reading.

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A timely reminder about the Church

In Rome on Tuesday, July 10, this new document was released by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith:  TEXT in English CONGREGATION FOR THE DOCTRINE OF THE FAITH RESPONSES TO SOME QUESTIONS REGARDING CERTAIN ASPECTS OF THE DOCTRINE ON THE CHURCH Introduction The Second Vatican Council, with its Dogmatic Constitution Lumen gentium, and its Decrees on Ecumenism (Unitatis ...

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1962 Tridentine Missal Supplies

Well, it is official as of Saturday. The 1962 Missal promulgated by Blessed Pope John XXIII will again be allowed as a valid option throughout the world. If you are in need of supplies for this liturgy, including Tridentine missals, music, Latin resources or Tridentine vestments, we’ve got the goods.

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Got to Love the Chinese Government

So, just how dangerous was that new letter to China that the Pope issued last week? Dangerous enough to get it banned from Chinese websites. But, as some Catholic gift suppliers have told us, the factories there are run humanely and follow proper safety procedures, so it’s all good. Unless you are making bricks. Or fireworks. Or fur coats. Or ...

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