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St. Gianna Molla Holy Cards are now available!

Last year we started producing our own line of prayer cards which includes St. Jose Maria Escriva, Bishop Fulton Sheen, Blessed John Cardinal Newman, a Christmas Blessing and a Christmas Novena. Now we are proud to announce our new St. Gianna Molla Holy Card. The card is available in either 100 packs of paper cards or laminated singles. On the …

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St. Valentine's Day Resolutions

Forget the chocolate, do something meaningful for St. Valentine’s Day St. Valentine’s Day Resolutions Don’t get lazy in your love. No matter how great you think your new marriage is, you can always improve it. We are now pleased to offer The Greatest Commandment, a program designed to: Deepen and strengthen their relationship and rebuild honesty, trust, and respect. Show …

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Upcoming Catholic DVD Releases

February Catholic DVD Releases Pre-order today! This February you can expect a number of new exciting releases.  At the top of the list is “Lourdes”.  Unlike other movies about the apparition, this is the story of a journalist who discovers the healing powers of the Marian grotto.  It traces his life, the lives of a family he is researching and the …

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Chalice stolen 22 years ago returned to Springs priest

Last month our local paper ran the following story: The Rev. Jerry Bruggeman of Colorado Springs wept when he saw his golden chalice this month for the first time in 22 years. Bruggeman was given the chalice, engraved with his name, on the day of his ordination in 1949. He used it for 40 years during the Eucharist until it …

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Planned Parenthood Director Wrote Our New Bestseller

Planned Parenthood, Bryan, TX In October of 2009 Abbey Johnson, the director of Planned Parenthood in Bryan, TX assisted in an abortion and saw the baby on the ultrasound machine. At that moment she realized that everything Planned Parenthood said about abortion was a lie. She quit her job and is now in the process of joining the Catholic Church. …

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On the Twelfth Day of Christmas…

We Celebrate the Memorial of St. John Neumann Today’s donation goes to the Cardinal Newman Society. Yes, he’s a different Newman but Blessed Cardinal Newman wrote the Idea of a University and St. John Neumann created the Catholic school system in Baltimore so we thought it was a good match. Founded in 1993, the mission of The Cardinal Newman Society …

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On the Eleventh Day of Christmas

We Celebrate the Memorial of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Today’s donation goes to the Missionaries of the Poor: Father Richard Ho Lung was associate pastor of St. Thomas Aquinas Church in Papine, Jamaica, when he ventured into the depressed community of Mona Commons and listened and shared the struggles of the people.  Father Ho Lung encountered a fundamental problem:  the …

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On the Tenth Day of Christmas…

We Celebrate the Holy Name of Jesus Actually, yesterday was the Holy Name but we got our calendar mixed up this year so we’re a day late. Today we are making a donation to All for the Glory of God Ministry: All for the Glory of God Ministry, sacred instrumental music, has been created out of a call to serve …

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On the Ninth Day of Christmas…

  We Celebrate the Feast of St. Basil         Today we are making a donation to Aid to the Church in Need:   As an international Catholic charity under the guidance of the Holy Father, Aid to the Church in Need’s mission is to help suffering and persecuted faithful worldwide.   As the voice of the suffering …

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