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Introducing New 2012 Catholic Calendars

Plan Ahead and Order your 2012 Calendars Avoid the crunch and order your 2012 Mary and the Saints Calendar today. This year the calendar comes in a larger 12″ x 12″ size so you have plenty of room for notes.  Enjoy beautiful, classical art all year.  Calendars are shipping next week. Order today>> Browse all Calendars>> Let us help you choose …

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The Mighty Macs – Pop Culture in a Habit

I sent this review to the head of the Maximus Group (the Catholic marketing organization promoting the movie) asking for comments and any factual statements that needed correcting. The reply is in the comment section below this post. Before starting this review which will be looking at the film from a Catholic perspective, I need to say that there are …

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Review of the Magnificat Roman Altar Missal

The new Roman Missals for the altar have started to arrive so as we unpack them we're writing reviews of each one so you can decide which one you really want to get. We have also created a Roman Missal comparison chart that lists EVERY available altar missal and the major features of each. We don't have all the information …

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2012 Liturgy of the Hours Guides Shipping Soon

Have you Ordered Your 2012 Guide for the Liturgy of the Hours The new year is approaching fast and changes in the liturgy have made this year's guides more important than ever.  Be the first in line to get yours so you're sure to be ready. Liturgy of the Hours Guide>> Liturgy of the Hours Guide, Large Print>> Christian Prayer …

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Why We Don’t Carry the Pieta Prayer Book

There is a very popular prayer book available called the Pieta Prayer Book. It typically has either a blue or orange cover and the image of Michaelangelo's Pieta on the front. The book is full of wonderful prayers and is very affordable. We sold several hundred when we first opened our store. Unfortunately, we found that the prayer book also …

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Revised Roman Missal Shipping Update

We wanted to thank you for ordering your new missal from Aquinas and More (if you haven't there still is time!) and wanted to answer a question we are getting repeatedly these days: “When will the new Roman Missals ship?” If you want an altar missal, they already are. Unfortunately, we have been told by every publisher that the earliest …

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This is Just a Rosary Sale Announcement

Last week we told you why October 7th is the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary and why you should pray the rosary, especially during October. [facebooklike]    [twittertweet] Today all I'm going to mention is that our entire rosary selection is 15% off for the rest of the month. One More Month to Prepare With little more than a …

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Why Pray the Rosary in October?

Why is October the Month of the Holy Rosary? Tradition holds that October has been celebrated as the month of the rosary since 1571, and the victory of the Catholic League (an alliance of Spain, Venice, the Papal States, Genoa, Savoy, and Malta) over the forces of the Ottoman Empire who were seeking to take over Italy in an effort …

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It's Pink Ribbon Time – Don't Support Susan G. Komen

Almost every year we have a post explaining why your breast cancer donations would best be given to something other the Susan G. Komen Foundation since the foundation affiliates have given millions of dollars over the years to Planned Parenthood. In the past they claimed that the funds were used by Planned Parenthood to provide mammograms to those poor, poor …

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Facing Overwhelming Odds, This Saved Christendom

October 7th, 1571. A day that everyone who has an appreciation for Western Civilization should know and celebrate. For seven centuries the Christian West had been losing a war against the encroaching Muslims. Africa had fallen. Jerusalem and the Middle East were lost. Spain fell and it was only the courage of Charles Martel of France that kept the Muslims …

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