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Catholic Digital Media Giveaway – The O'Neill Brothers

As we celebrate the launch of our new Catholic digital download service, we are having a giveaway! If you: 1) spend $50 or more in our store, on digital products or not and 2) use or create an account during the checkout process we will automatically include a ten track sampler of piano from the O’Neill brothers. We aren’t sure …

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Catholic Digital Downloads Now Available

Aquinas and More Catholic Goods is proud to announce that we are the first national Catholic retailer to offer Catholic digital downloads for sale. Our site is starting off with several hundred products including e-books from Ignatius Press and author Dave Armstrong, mp3 chant and Polyphony, talks from Lighthouse media and Our Fathers Will and more. If you aren’t familiar …

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The New Book That Exposes the Great Evil in Our Midst

“And the seventy-two returned with joy, saying: Lord, the devils also are subject to us in your name. And he said to them: I saw Satan like lightning falling from heaven…” – Gospel of St. Luke 10:18 All around us, and within us, a spiritual battle takes place. The Unseen Warfare it has been called by saints and mystics. Fr. …

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Google Analytics and IE6

One of our customers reported to us today that he uses Internet Explorer 6 and our site suddenly stopped coming up a couple of days ago. He was getting the following error: Internet Explorer cannot open the internet site ”   ”  operation aborted. After clicking the Okay button he would get a Page not found error. I browsed for …

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You are Known by the Company You Keep

While reading an interesting article by John Allen over at the National Catholic Reporter, I noticed a large banner at the top asking for donations to keep independent Catholic journalism alive. As an extra trust boost, they quote some quality Catholic sources praising their site. These include the New York Times, the Huffington Post, the Nation and Salon. If I …

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What Can a Martyred Saint from 500 Years Ago Teach Us Today?

Today is the feast day of St. Thomas More and of St. John Fisher, both martyrs to the State during the reign of Henry VIII. This is a perfect time to reflect on the relationship between Church and State or, in our time, between the Sacred and the Secular. “We have no government armed with power capable of contending with …

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And the Catholic Summer Reading Winners Are…

After three weeks of voting and over a thousand votes being cast, we have our winners for the Aquinas and More Catholic Summer Reading Program. We will create study guides for the winning titles which will be ready in early July. The winners are: Fatherless By: Brian Gail An intensely human tour of the great spiritual battles in the US …

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The Antidote to Liturgical Dance

I saw this over the weekend on the Byzantine forum – thought it was hilarious: Enjoy. If your Roman rite parish features liturgical dancing, you can grin and bear it – or you can run screaming to your nearest Eastern Catholic parish for some welcome relief!

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