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Don't Let First Communion Season Sneak Up On You

Yes, First Communions are still six or more weeks away.   But that time will be gone before you know it. We've made our First Communion store even better this year to make it easier for you to use. Here are some of our features:   Articles about choosing a First Communion Bible, what you get in a First Communion …

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The Single, Best Resource for You During the Holy Season of Lent

One Lenten book stands apart from all the rest. One book brings you the wisdom and insight of one of the greatest minds of the Church. This is the must have book for you and your loved ones during the holy season of Lent. Meditations for Lent, collected from the writing of St. Thomas Aquinas. Do you really make proper …

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Magnificat Lenten Companion Running Out

The 2011 Magnificat Lenten Companion is now available but in limited quantities! There are only 100 left so these are going on a first come, first serve basis until they are gone. The companion is a rich spiritual guide which will accompany you daily through all of Lent. We know that you appreciate a friendly reminder, from time to time, …

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Save up to 25% on the Roman Missal and get free worship aids

Colorado Springs, Colorado – Today Catholic Church Supply announced that it will be including a free pack of its exclusive revised Mass translation holy cards with every Roman Missal order. Catholic Church Supply is also offering all of its altar missals at pre-release discount pricing between 10% and 25% off the cover price. Each missal order will receive a free …

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Catholic Church Supply Announces Exclusive New Mass Translation Resource

Colorado Springs, Colorado – Catholic Church Supply has received permission from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) and the International Commission on English in the Liturgy (ICEL) to print a line of holy cards featuring the revised Mass prayers. The cards will be sold individually and in 100 packs. Catholic Church Supply's founder, Ian Rutherford said, “There are …

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Blessed Imelda Look-Alike Contest

As part of our annual First Communion festivities, Aquinas and More Catholic Goods is holding a contest to find a model for its newest holy card. Blessed Imelda, a young Italian girl who lived in the fourteenth century, wanted to receive her first Communion at the age of five but had to wait until she was twelve. She died right …

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It's Lent Spring Training at Aquinas and More

This past Sunday used to be called Septuagesima Sunday and was considered the first warning of the Passion of our Lord because the liturgical colors changed to violet and the Alleluia and Gloria were dropped until Easter. So, you could consider it “Spring Training” time for Lent. Our pastor tells everyone to do four things every year during Lent: Spend …

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Magnificat Lenten Companion 2011 is available now!

The 2011 Magnificat Lenten Companion is now available but in limited quantities! There are only 200 available so these are going on a first come, first serve basis until they are gone. The companion is a rich spiritual guide which will accompany you daily through all of Lent. Get your copy of the Magnificat Lenten Companion now.

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It's Septua what?

Before the calendar was revised to create Ordinary Time (What about the liturgical year is just ordinary?) the Sundays leading up to Lent had much more interesting names than “The Seventh Sunday of Ordinary Time.” Learn more about Septuagesima Sunday. http://www.aquinasandmore.com/catholic-articles/What-is-Septuagesima-Sunday-/article/344

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Magnificat and Magnifikid, the Perfect First Communion and RCIA Gift

We have the perfect gifts for First Communion, Confirmation and RCIA But there's a problem. You have to order now. Yes, Lent is still three weeks away. Yes, Easter is still two months away. But if you don't plan now, you will miss out. You see, this gift takes eight weeks to deliver, so planning ahead is crucial. What would …

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