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First Communion Banner Kits Have Arrived!

First Communion Banner Review

Why should you get one of our kits? Avoid the Hassle – Each kit includes all of the kit parts and instructions to assemble the kit.. No cutting or patterns involved! Family Owned – The family company that produces these kits is located in the United States and the whole family is involved in cutting and packing the kits.  Variety – With a dozen ...

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What I’m Listening To: The Catholics Next Door

The Catholics Next Door

I’ve known Greg and Jennifer from the Catholic New Media Conference and their work with the Rosary Army for years. Not that we’re best friends. I mean, they’re famous and get to speak at conferences and I get to sell their books. I even interviewed them when their first book came out. Apart from speaking, writing books and raising six kids, they ...

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Catholic Podcast Recommendation

Catholic Weekend Podcast

This morning I was listening to The Catholic Weekend podcast (referred to by the show hosts at as a weekly train wreck). Even though it isn’t a really structured podcast – more of a stream-of-consciousness conversation between 3+ people – they always have fascinating things to share. This week, Sarah Vabulous of fame, told us about her New Year’s trip to Rome. ...

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The Magnificat Year of Faith Companion – A Tiber River Review

I have long been a fan of Magnificat’s books. Their simple companions to praying the rosary or to the liturgical seasons of Lent or Advent have served as guides to helping me focus on prayer and meditation. Their more complex books such as The Beauty of the Word or the series praying with the gospels help me to steadily meditate on larger works over ...

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Get Some Help Along the Way for the Year of Faith

Along the Way

Deacon Bickerstaff over at The Integrated Catholic Life has a great book recommendation for the Year of Faith:   The journey of faith is at the heart of why we are in this earthly life. Our God has issued an invitation to us… He has called us to a life of holiness and a communion of love with Him in ...

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Announcing Laudamus Te – a New Traditional Missal Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSTrue Story My wife and I have eleven children. Several of them are under four which means that their attention span at Mass lasts until Father makes the Sign of the Cross. A couple of them can still be quiet until the Gospel and maybe, just maybe, we’ll make ...

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Verbum helps you study the Faith—Save 15% this month!

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 58:47 — 54.2MB) Verbum is a new Catholic product of Logos Bible Software that lets you explore the Tradition of the Catholic Church like never before. Pope Benedict XVI has asked the faithful to study the Catechism and the documents of Vatican II during the Year of Faith. Verbum gives you access to not only these ...

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Falling Out of Your Minivan to Find Yourself: A Tiber River Review

I was so excited when I received my review copy of Style, Sex, and Substance.  I had heard great things about it and couldn’t wait to begin reading.  I was not disappointed.  And really, how could I have been?  I’m a big fan of most of the contributing authors and read their blogs as soon as they are updated. I really ...

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Seeking enlightenment and understanding? A Tiber River Review

I’d recommend The Way to anyone who is seeking answers, enlightenment, understanding, and isn’t afraid to take a look at the tough questions in life: What am I moving towards? What am I running from? And why? I expected the movie to be about major religious conversion, but it’s not. Actually, the movie only loosely touches on the religious and ...

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