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Another memorable blog

I chanced across this blog today, written by Mike Aquilina, who is an author of several books that we carry. He makes a great point; the early Church Fathers were especially good at converting the young people to Catholicism. These days, we have quite a few young people leaving the Church, and we also have what some people would think …

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A Diocesan Paper With a Blog?

Yep, and it's good, too. The paper has seen a rebirth in the past couple of years going from a monthly edition to semimonthly and a complete change in management. The paper just won a top award from the Catholic Press Association and it certainly deserved it.

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So You Want to Open a Catholic Store? (Part I)

Okay, so for some reason you have an urge to open your own store. Before you invest one dollar in products or designing a logo or even coming up with a name, there are many, many things you are going to need to do. First, figure out why you want to open the store. If you want to open a …

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Rebuilding Catholic Culture

I need to preface this post with a few anecdotes. Last year a local Catholic grade school teacher came into our store asking for a small book that gave a general overview of the Faith for herself. She said that the school had given all the teachers a quiz on basics of the Catholic Faith and she had failed the …

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Mallory Hendrickson 01/22/05-05/30/06

Today I went to the wake of a beautiful little girl who was killed in a tragic accident last week. She has three older siblings, the oldest is nine. Please keep the family in your prayers. This is the prayer that was on the back of the prayer cards they gave out: God grant me the serenity to accept the …

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The Daily Chesterbelloc – Excusable Evil – 06/01/2006

"Many do not differ much about what they call evil; they differ enormously about what evils they call excusable." Chesterton The Wit and Wisdom of G. K. Chesterton Example: "I'm not pro-abortion, I'm pro-choice. No one wants to see more abortions but it has to stay legal."

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