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Next Friday Only Comes 12 Times a Year

First Friday Devotions First Friday devotions among Catholics are related to devotion to the Sacred Heart of Christ. First Friday practices date to the last decades of the 17th century, when Jesus appeared to St. Margaret Mary and spoke to her of His Sacred Heart. Among the promises Our Lord revealed to St. Margaret Mary, the 12th specifically referenced practices ...

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UnPlanned – A Tiber River Review

I’d been looking forward to reading unPLANNED by Abby Johnson since I first heard it was coming out.  My husband and I were listening to the webcast Abby Johnson did with Shawn Carney and David Bereit, among others, the night before her miraculous true story hit the shelves. Since my mom, husband, and I have been involved in 40 Days ...

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This week's "Behind the Counter" Staff Reviews.

We continue our weekly “Behind the Counter”  staff reviews series with picks selected by one of our dedicated Customer Service Representatives, Donna Hoefer.   Mother Angelica’s Private and Pithy Lessons from the Scriptures Raymond Arroyo “As modern Americans, we sometimes forget that God’s Word isn’t quite as complicated as we make it out to be. In a culture that is ...

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This week’s “Behind the Counter” Staff Reviews.

We continue our weekly “Behind the Counter”  staff reviews series with picks selected by one of our dedicated Customer Service Representatives, Donna Hoefer.   Mother Angelica’s Private and Pithy Lessons from the Scriptures Raymond Arroyo “As modern Americans, we sometimes forget that God’s Word isn’t quite as complicated as we make it out to be. In a culture that is ...

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Father McBride's Teen Catechism – A Tiber River Review

  The Father McBride’s Teen Catechism is a good resource to have on hand if you are a teen, especially if you find the regular catechism confusing and hard to read. Father McBride does a good job explaining how the faith works in a way that makes sense to teens and never feels condescending. As a teen, I didn’t feel like ...

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Father McBride’s Teen Catechism – A Tiber River Review

  The Father McBride’s Teen Catechism is a good resource to have on hand if you are a teen, especially if you find the regular catechism confusing and hard to read. Father McBride does a good job explaining how the faith works in a way that makes sense to teens and never feels condescending. As a teen, I didn’t feel like ...

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Aquinas and More Catholic Goods Wholesales Exclusive Mass Cards

Contact Information: Ian Rutherford 4727 N Academy Blvd, Ste A Colorado Springs, CO 80918 ian@aquinasandmore.com 719-495-7493 http://www.aquinasandmore.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: (July 27, 2011) Aquinas and More Catholic Goods Wholesales Exclusive Mass Cards Colorado Springs, CO – Aquinas and More Catholic Goods announced today that it is offering its exclusive revised Mass prayer holy cards to other stores at wholesale prices. ...

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John Baptist De La Salle – A Tiber River Review

The recently re-issued movie, Saint John Baptist De La Salle: Patron Saint of Teachers, is a marvelous movie to watch for Family Movie Night.  Starring Mel Ferrer as De La Salle and Fernando Rey as one of his young recruits, the movie is a wonderful overview of De La Salle’s life from being named canon at the Cathedral in Rheims at ...

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Save 40% on our summer clearance

Actually, we have over 1000 books, gifts and books that can be gifts that are 40% off. This is only for items that are in stock so be sure to buy now before everything gets picked over. Be sure to let your friends know: [facebooklike][twittertweet] Go check out our clearance items before they are gone! As part of our ongoing ...

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Living the Sacraments – A Tiber River Review

  Living the Sacraments: Grace into Action (Servant, paperback, 176 pages) answers a question I struggled with for many months after entering the Church: how can I “get the most” out of the sacraments? In my early Catholic days, I would often receive the Eucharist and feel as if nothing happened. While I was happy to get my sins off ...

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