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Help a Scout with His Eagle Project

We had posted this last week but found out that the link ended up broken. If you would like to help, you still can. One of our local boy scouts is building a Marian grotto at a parish for his Eagle Scout Project. If you are interested in donating something to the project, you can through our Paypal account:

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Last Two Days to Win a $100 Fatima Statue!

If you haven’t already filled out our survey telling us what you think of our company, now’s the time! The survey closes on the first day of September. Everyone who fills it out will be put in a drawing for a beautiful $100 statue of Our Lady of Fatima! So what are you waiting for? Speak your mind!

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A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing?

Note: Before posting this we contacted both the editorial and sales departments of Pauline Book and Media asking for a comment on the problems with this book. That was a week ago and we have not received any reply. A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing? “Good Faith. Guaranteed.” This means a lot to us here at Aquinas and More. It is ...

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Our Pastor Got Arrested!?

Actually, no. The still from the You Tube video of thirteen pro-life protesters, including two priests, who did get arrested at the Democratic National Convention just happens to show our pastor, Fr. Tom in the midst of the group right before the arrests. He was actually giving them a blessing. The police in Denver have mellowed since the days when ...

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A Mother's Saintly Patience

St. Augustine and His Mother St. Monica Today we celebrate the feast of St. Monica, the virtuous mother of the great convert Augustine of Hippo, who was saved through the prayers and persistence of his mother. Tomorrow the Church remembers St. Augustine himself. These two saints give much hope to many people – those who are praying for a family ...

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The Dazzle of the Olympics…

…seems to have affected a lot of people, including The One, Barrack Obama, who seems to think that the Chinese transportation infrastructure is far superior to the U.S.A.’s. I guess that as long as you only look at the things in Beijing upgraded for the Olympics he may have a point but I’m sure he wouldn’t enjoy the dirt roads ...

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What's New This Week at Aquinas and More.

This week we are pleased to tell you about a new one-hour introductory program to Pope John Paul II’s Theology of the Body. The program is called The Gift: Your Call to Greatness and it is available in a one hour CD or one hour DVD. The program also comes with a leader’s guide and a student workbook – perfect ...

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September Family Movie Night

Courtesy of Black Forest Musings: As we continue our monthly saint movies, I am deviating a little bit because of the two upcoming political conventions at the end of August. As we watch the conventions and are preparing to vote in November, it might be helpful to ground ourselves and our own convictions with the memorable story of St. Thomas ...

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Win a $100 Fatima Statue!

If you haven’t already filled out our survey telling us what you think of our company, now’s the time! The survey closes on the first day of September. Everyone who fills it out will be put in a drawing for a beautiful $100 statue of Our Lady of Fatima! So what are you waiting for? Speak your mind!

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Water is Wet! Story at 10!

Once again, modern researchers discover anew what everyone who doesn’t have a graduate degree took for granted – boys and girls are wired differently! It’s not just societal pressures! Aren’t you glad there are people spending money to tell us the obvious?

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