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What's New This Week at Aquinas and More

We've been very busy this past week at Aquinas and More, continuing to add new items to our website and also, believe it or not, preparing for the Advent and  Christmas Season. It does seem early to be preparing for Christmas, but like so many things in life, you have to prepare ahead of time or the event will be here before you know it!

This week's new items –

We're committed to continuing to offer the best selection of holy cards available anywhere. Our selection already numbers in the hundreds but if you don't find what you are looking for, remember we also make custom holy cards. In expanding our selection, we've added a new line from one of our Italian holy card suppliers. Here is an example, the Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha holy card. By the way, today is her feast day!

New rosaries have been added this week from HMH Regina, one of our best rosary and jewelry suppliers. All the items are made in the U.S. and the detail on each item is superb. This rosary is the Pearl and Crystal Glass Bead Rosary:

We added several new holy water sprinklers and pots to our church supplies category. All these items are made in the U.S. by one of the best church metalware suppliers. Over the past two years, we have created one of the largest church supply inventories online. If you haven't yet had the chance, please visit www.catholicchurchsupply.com – our dedicated Catholic church supply website.

We added to our already large offering of altar server apparel – including cassocks, surplices, albs, cinctures and gloves. Here's an example of an altar server alb from Abbey:

We found a great supplier of Advent calendars right here in the U.S. Most Advent calendars in the mass market today are made in China and, of course, we will never carry anything that is made there. Our new line of Advent calendars are made in the U.S., Canada, Britain and Germany. Here is a beautiful example, the Messiah Advent Calendar from Germany. You might also want to read our newly added article on the Advent Calendar.

Finally, last but definitely not least, we added some beautiful new ceramic Christmas ornaments made by our good friends, the Nelson family, in Indiana. The one featured below is called the Song of the Angels Christmas ornament:

As always, thanks for reading. We hope you have a great week. God bless.


One comment

  1. Please let me know when the The Parish Book of Chant is available. Thank you.

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