There are quite a few new items to tell you about this week at Aquinas and More. As time goes on, you will begin to see more items for Advent and Christmas appearing in our weekly update.
We added quite a few new items for the Pauline Year in our Pauline Year specialty store. In case you hadn't noticed, we are the only online Catholic retailer who featured a Pauline Year specialty store, or even a subject category for it, in time for the start of the Year of St. Paul in June 29.
As part of our efforts to provide our customers with the finest in Catholic church supplies, we are constantly adding new Church goods. Be sure to browse our complete selection on our dedicated church goods website – www.catholicchurchsupply.com. This week we feature new processional crosses from Ars Caeli in Italy:
We're newly featuring CDs this week from the Schola Cantorum of Saint Peter the Apostle in Chicago. The Schola Cantorum specializes in chant and polyphonic works, from both the Latin West and the Slavic East. We think you will especially enjoy their Advent and Christmas CDs:
Pope Benedict XVI's international bestseller, Jesus of Nazareth, is finally coming out in paperback next month, about September 15. We're taking preorders for the book right now.
Also, after many, many requests from our customers, a study guide for Jesus of Nazareth is finally coming out at the same time as the paperback edition of the book. You can preorder it now!
Finally, we just added a new line of diptychs, or bi-fold desk top plaques, which are made right here in the U.S. and are quite reasonably priced. To view the entire selection, go here. This diptych is one of our favorites:
As always, we hope you haver a wonderful week. God bless!
He lives with his lovely wife and eleven kids in northern Colorado.
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