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The Catholic Guide to Dating After Divorce
The Catholic Guide to Dating After Divorce

The Catholic Guide to Dating After Divorce – Behind the Catholic Counter Podcast 29

Welcome to episode 29 of the Behind the Catholic Counter Podcast. I’m Ian Rutherford, President of Aquinasnandmore.com. I interview Catholic authors, publishers and manufacturers to give you the latest news about great new Catholic books and gifts. You can listen to this and past episodes at aquinasandmore.com/podcast.
May is the Month of Mary so be sure to check out our blog for an article about May and also a link to our 20% off sale on Marian gifts.
The feast of Corpus Christi isn’t until June but if you want to start an old tradition in your parish and have a Corpus Christi procession, now is the time to start planning. We have a very thorough article on our blog explaining how to do a procession and also how to get a gorgeous canopy for your parish.
Because it’s Spring, there are a bunch of great new products coming out from different publishers. This week I interviewed Lisa Duffy about her new book the Catholic Guide to Dating after Divorce, a very tough topic but Lisa is very friendly and personable so we had a great interview. Next week I’ll be talking to Steve Ray about his latest Footprints of God pilgrimage DVD – Abraham.
If you order a copy of Lisa’s book on May 12th and send her a copy of your receipt, you will get a free life planning consultation with Lisa! You can order from Lisa’s site or from Aquinas and More. See the show notes below for her email address.
The Catholic Guide to Dating After Divorce
The Catholic Guide to Dating After Divorce
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Ian Rutherford is the President and founder of AquinasAndMore.com, one of the largest and oldest on-line Catholic stores.

He lives with his lovely wife and eleven kids in northern Colorado.
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