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Time to Purchase Your Yearly Calendars and Christian Prayer Guides

Time to purchase your yearly goods!

October 19, 2006


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This attractive 16-month 12×12 wall calendar: Lists all the indulgenced works of the Church on a month-at-a-glance basis, highlights the twenty-two special days when a partial indulgence becomes plenary to honor a day, color-codes the indulgences for easy identification, has scholarly notes on the history of indulgences, contains the conditions for earning both partial and plenary indulgences, gives the complete text of over a dozen different indulgenced prayers, carries weekly reminders for Friday fasts and Saturday confession.

This beautiful Calendar features a different full-color picture of Our Lady for each month, plus Marian prayers, Scripture passages and Catholic traditions on the Blessed Virgin Mary. It shows the Saints' feast days and Sundays of both the New Calendar and the Traditional Calendar, plus Historical feasts that are no longer on either calendar–such as St. Philomena, St. Gemma Galgani, St. Tarsicius, and St. Dismas (the Good Thief). All feast days are marked as to their status.

This item will ship in November/October of 2006. Order early to insure you get your copy as soon as it becomes available!

An inexpensive, handy missal for use on all Sundays and Holy Days. This is the most popular Annual and most economical Missal for parish participation. It contains the complete Masses for all Sundays and Holydays from December 3, 2006, to November 25, 2007. Completely up-to-date.

This essential reference book provides a summary of all liturgical information for every day of the year including liturgical colors, liturgy of the hours psalms, readings, a brief note about the Saint of the day, notes about any special historical significance of a day, special intentions, anniversaries specific to each diocese and a brief overview of general liturgical law. Make sure you choose the correct book for your diocese. Imprimatur.

The Liturgy of the Hours is truly the prayer of the Church for all the people of God – bishops, priests, deacons, religious and the laity. The purpose of this handy Guide for Christian Prayer is to facilitate use of Christian Prayer, the one-volume Liturgy of the Hours, by providing clear, accurate references for each day of the year – always in accord with the principles on which this particular Breviary was compiled.

The Catholic Almanac remains the only annual, comprehensive guide to the Catholic Church. It is the esential one-volume reference work for students, teachers, researchers, homilists, writers, and media professionals.

Myth 1: A person can buy his way out of hell with indulgences.

This is a common misunderstanding, one that anti-Catholic commentators take advantage of, relying on the ignorance of both Catholics and non-Catholics. But the charge is without foundation. Since indulgences remit only temporal penalties, they cannot remit the eternal penalty of hell. Once a person is in hell, no amount of indulgences will ever change that fact. The only way to avoid hell is by appealing to God's eternal mercy while still alive. After death, one's eternal fate is set (Heb. 9:27).

Myth 2: A person can buy indulgences for sins not yet committed.

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  1. Ack!!! Ads on the blog!

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