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All Saints Day: HDO #10

Practically speaking, it is incorrect to call All Saints Day “Holy Day of Obligation #10”. There are ten universal holy days of obligation and All Saints is the last in the liturgical calendar, but for various reasons there are only a few that require you get up early, skip lunch, or stay up late on a weekday. When was the …

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Welcome New Advent Readers

Thanks for stopping by and visiting our blog. Don't forget to bookmark our site and check back for more interesting posts. You might be interested in a couple of other recent posts: If a three year old can sing chant… How to choose a Catholic Missal The Evolution of Bedtime Prayer What is the Rosary? You might also want to …

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Material Cooperation With Planned Parenthood

Obviously, we have some Catholics who haven't gotten the hint that working with Planned Parenthood is akin to building ovens at Auschwitz. A construction company whose Senior VP is Catholic has refused to back down on building the largest Planned Parenthood abortuary in the country here in Denver. The owner said that money is not the primary motivation for taking …

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Theology of the Body for Teens FAQ

We have posted a very lengthy FAQ about the Theology of the Body for Teens series including background on TOB, the authors and in depth information about the program. It's the only program of its kind and would be a great resource for any parish or family.

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Rosary Sale!

Yep, 15% off everything in our Rosary category until November 1st in honor of the Month of the Rosary. Not familiar with the Rosary?You can learn more about what the Rosary is and how to pray the Rosary at our store.

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A Note From Eduardo Verastegui About Bella (and some PR)

I am so overwhelmed with joy by the support we have received all year, and most of all this week. Finding investors to finance “Bella” was the first miracle, the film completed was the second. The third and biggest miracle was when “Bella” Won the Toronto Film Festival, but the most touching of all has been traveling the country and …

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Sad News for the National Catholic Reporter

A few days ago we received a call from an ad rep for the National Catholic Reporter. Considering who they are and who we are, they must be getting pretty desperate for ad revenue. They recently announced that they were going to a bi-weekly printing schedule and the ad rep said that next year they are going to a magazine …

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Get Your Cotton Candy and Popcorn!

It's Catholic Carnival time, hosted by Play the Dad? No, be the Dad! this week. It's his 100th post. Favorite posts this week: Faith in Rudy? Yellow Roses and a Parking Spot A post about missionary work in Senegal

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Bella News

Several news updates on the Bella opening this weekend found at Catholic News Service. “I decided to have the archdiocese arrange a private screening to help promote the success of ‘Bella’ because of its powerful message about the sanctity of life, as well as the desire to support the efforts of talented individuals attempting to use modern means of communication …

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