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Happy St. Patrick's Day from Aquinas and More Catholic Goods





March 14, 2006

Inside this Issue

Saint Patrick's Day is March 17!

Saint Patrick related merchandise

Catholic Teaching: Life of Saint Patrick




St. Patrick Ceramic Plaque

St. Patrick Ceramic Plaque


This sterling Celtic tie tack measures 7/8in. x 5/8in. and comes in a deluxe gift box.

Celtic Sterling Silver Tie Tack
Darby O-Gill and the Good People


You're sure to agree with The New York Times, which hailed Darby O'Gill and the Good People as "delightful reading," and with The Saturday Review of Literature, which called these stories "a happy evening for any reader with a heart for wise nonsense." Here's good fun for children and grownups alike!


This green enameled Irish crib medal is 2 3/8in. tall and pictures a child angel holding a teddy bear.

Gold Irish Crib Medal
Irish Blessing

This lovely print has the following blessing:

With the first light of sun
God Bless You
When the day is done
God Bless You
In your smiles and in your tears
God Bless You
Through each day of your years
God Bless You

The print has a tapestry print at the top and the prayer is rendered in calligraphy. It is matted with hand-cut double beveled mats and framed in a 1in. gold wood frame with glass. The overall size is 10in. x 12in.


This 25in. Irish rosary has green 10mm glass beads embossed with shamrocks. The center has St. Patrick and the Celtic crucifix measures 1 1/2in. Comes in a plastic box. From Italy.

Irish Rosary
Story Of St. Patrick


The Story Of Saint Patrick

Open the pages of this enchanting book and learn about the man who lives in the hearts of all the Irish. Did you know that Patrick was a Roman citizen? Or that he was captured by the Celts and made a slave for six years? Or that he managed to escape from being a slave and later became a priest and a bishop? Did you know that he returned to Ireland because of a dream?


Twenty Tales Of Irish Saints

Here’s the moving story of what happened when Patrick baptized the daughters of the King of Connaught and the shocking tale of the spike that pierced Aengus, the courageous Prince of Munster, just as Patrick baptized him. You’ll read about the spilled jar of milk that led Adamnan to become the Abbot of Iona; how Colman’s alarm clocks (a mouse and a rooster) took turns waking him; and a dozen or so other charming tales.

Twenty Tales Of Irish Saints


Blending historical facts with beloved traditions, PATRICK, BRAVE SHEPHERD OF THE EMERALD ISLE brings to life a long-lost world of Druids, warriors, and kings. One that brave Patrick, following the example of the Good Shepherd, illuminated forever.

This St. Patrick holy card is printed in Italy and can be personalized with your own message or prayer. Cards come in sheets of eight with a minimum order of three sheets.

Patrick Custom Holy Card
Patrick In His Own Words


Patrick In His Own Words
This book presents St. Patrick, using his own words, as a marvelous human being, who faced the mystery of life and death with exemplary courage and refreshing honesty.


This unique gold-plated pendant has a cameo of St. Patrick in the center and 4 faux emeralds in the shamrock detail of the border. The pendant measures 1 1/8in. x 3/4. in and comes on an 18in. chain in a lovely green box.

St. Patrick Cameo Pendant
St. Patrick Note Card


This beautiful note card of St. Patrick is 9in. x 4in. On the back of the card is information about his life. It comes with an envelope in a complementary color.


Awesome new Irish Original t-shirt for all you Irish out there. This shirt is available in kelly green or a super cool pigment dyed faded green shirt. Be proud of your Irish heritage; wear it in style! 100% cotton, 100% Irish!

Irish Original T-Shirt (Adult)

Catholic Teaching: Life of Saint Patrick
Read More here.


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  2. Thank you very much, please keep me on you mial.

    God bless you

  3. If is possible, can you add more spanish books?



  4. I am researching opening a Catholic bookstore in Round Rock , Texas. There seems to be over 7000 Catholics in th area….We have to drive into Austin for our book needs,,,

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