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Why We're Voting For Obama

As a store we haven’t really taken sides in this election apart from a couple of posts here , here and here and my daughter’s endorsement of Chuck Norris. So, we figured it was about time to say something about the upcoming election. This was going to be a video but time constraints and missing video camera parts have resulted …

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Help Out a Diocese in Need

Seeing as how it’s almost November, most people probably aren’t thinking about hurricanes or those who have suffered from them this year. But as the Christmas season grows near, we shouldn’t forget those who have faced these natural disasters this year and lost much of what they own, whose homes and churches and cities have been greatly damaged by rain …

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Advent – The Beginning of a New Year

“Advent, the first Sunday of the new liturgical year and the season of waiting in hopefulness for the coming of Christ, begins on November 30” Nativity by Notti Advent begins November 30th. Do you have your Advent reading and resources? Jesus said to his disciples, “But of that day or hour, no one knows, neither the angels in heaven, nor …

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Election Novena

Just a reminder – if you want to pray a novena for the election, today’s the day to start. Find podcasts and texts of each day of the novena at the Faithful Citizenship site.

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New Catholic Information at Aquinas and More This Week!

We’re continuing to add articles to our site every week, to help you learn about and grow more in the Catholic faith. Our articles cover a variety of subjects this week, so go check them out! The History and Meaning of Advent About Holy Days of Obligation Monthly Dedications of the Church Year St. Michael the Archangel St. Martin de …

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There's Always Prayer

Things around the country seem pretty discouraging lately, don’t they? It’s easy to give up and believe things to be hopeless, so we might as well stop trying. But that’s one of the glorious things about having faith in God – we know that anything is possible with Him. Maybe there isn’t a lot we can really do to change …

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I'm Voting For Mr. Norris

Overheard in the car: Lucy (9): “I want Mr. Norris to be president.” “Who?” “Chuck Norris. The pro-life candidate.” “Do you mean Chuck Baldwin? Chuck Norris isn’t running for president.” “Oh, I guess so.” I’d probably vote for Chuck Norris if he was running.

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I’m Voting For Mr. Norris

Overheard in the car: Lucy (9): “I want Mr. Norris to be president.” “Who?” “Chuck Norris. The pro-life candidate.” “Do you mean Chuck Baldwin? Chuck Norris isn’t running for president.” “Oh, I guess so.” I’d probably vote for Chuck Norris if he was running.

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Thanksgiving – A Time for Family, Friends, and Faith

Thanksgiving is on November 27, a day to be with friends, family, and to give thanks to God for all He’s given us. Angelus Oval Framed Print Like many other holidays, the American holiday of Thanksgiving has come to be seen by many as nothing more than a day of food and friends, surrounded by days of big sales at …

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More Catholic Information – New This Week At Aquinas and More!

This week we have added quite a few new Catholic information and resource articles. We hope that our efforts to provide you with more information on the Catholic faith, in a wide variety of areas, will help you to grow in your faith and your knowledge of Our Lord Jesus Christ and His Church. Here is a list of articles …

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