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New Spiritual Communion Holy Card!

There are hundreds of holy cards available but every now and then we find prayers that should be on a card but aren't. Today we are releasing our own Spiritual Communion Holy Card. What is a spiritual communion? (You may ask). A spiritual communion is a prayer that you say when you are attending or watching a Mass and are …

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Raymond Arroyo, Known the World Over

  I have a confession to make. I don't watch EWTN.  I don't watch The World Over. Our family has never had a cable or even a basic television connection. I actually find it refreshing to not know what is going on in the latest sitcoms. I have on occasion watched Raymond Arroyo on The World Over at my parents' …

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Q&A With Anthony deStefano, Author of Angels All Around Us

Anthony deStefano is the best-selling author of A Travel Guide to Heaven and Ten Prayers God Always Says “Yes” To. He has worked with Father Pavone on pro-life issues and is a member of the Knights of Malta. He also likes to fly vintage planes for the Civil Air Patrol. Q&A provided by Image Books.   Q: Angels All Around …

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Q&A With Colleen Carroll Campbell About My Sisters the Saints

Many years ago in Colorado Springs I was on the St. Mary's Forensics team. Also on that team was Colleen Carroll. We both competed in humor and she always beat me. If you ever get the chance, ask her to do her Carol Burnett impression. Since then she has been a speech writer for President Bush and a host on …

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New 2012 Liguori Titles

Liguori Publications is the publishing division of the Denver Province Redemptorists. Some of their best-known titles include the Essential Handbook series and Advent and Christmas Wisdom from… This year they are publishing a bunch of great titles. A Worrier's Guide to the Bible (Sep 2012) Gary Zimak is one of those brave souls trying to make his living as a self-employed …

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Aquinas and More Interview With Christopher West

Christopher West has become a regular name in Theology of the Body circles and recently returned from a year-long sabbatical with a new book, At the Heart of the Gospel. Christopher graciously took the time to do an interview with Aquinas and More.   You have written and spoken extensively about the Theology of the Body for years. Why a …

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Emmaus Road New Releases for Fall 2011 and 2012

Emmaus Road is the official publishing division for Catholics United For the Faith. They specialize in group Bible study books such as Stacy Mitch's Courageous series and the Come and See Bible studies for children and adults and apologetics with a few other titles in the mix. Even though Emmaus Road doesn't produce a lot of books each year, the new …

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Why You Should Read The Father’s Tale This Summer

We invited the authors and publishers of our Catholic summer reading selections to send us short posts explaining why their titles were worthy of your time this summer. If you haven't already voted on your top three selections, go do that now. Ignatius Press recommends The Father's Tale for your summer enjoyment. Here's why: Michael O’Brien’s novels have always been ambitious, blending a deeply spiritual …

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Why You Should Read What to do When Jesus is Hungry

We invited the authors and publishers of our Catholic summer reading selections to send us short posts explaining why their titles were worthy of your time this summer. If you haven't already voted on your top three selections, go do that now. Ignatius Press recommends What to do When Jesus is Hungry for your summer conversation. Here's why: How many Catholics today know what the …

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Current Catholic Summer Reading Update

We are down to our last week of voting for the Catholic Summer Reading titles! The adult category has a pretty tight race for the top three while the teen category seems to be heading towards a runaway win. Don't forget to vote if you haven't already. You can read more about each title at the Catholic Summer Reading site …

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