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Lenten Sale - Take 30% off all in-stock items

April 16, 2011

We are clearing out our Lenten inventory! You can get 30% off of all of our remaining inventory for the next few days. View our Lenten Sale items.

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Does Your Lenten Reading Need a Boost?

April 11, 2011

Ever Wanted to Read the Catholic Classics but Just Couldn't Pick up the Book?   Spiritual classics can be daunting for a lot of us.  Did you know that a lot of them are available in audio format?  You can listen to St. John of the Cross or St. Theresa of Avila as you're driving to […]

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Confession is for Everyone - Even You!

April 11, 2011

Confession. It's in season.   If you're reading this newsletter you probably aren't in second grade getting ready to make your First Communion.   You might be going through RCIA and getting ready to receive a bunch of sacraments including your First Confession. Welcome!   For the vast majority of you I'll bet that 1) […]

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What's in the Little Black Book?

March 19, 2011

Six-Minute Meditations for Lent and Easter in the Little Books   Every year the Diocese of Saginaw puts together a series of Little Books that provide daily meditations on the readings for the current liturgical cycle. These books cover the Lent and Easter seasons.   Each day during the week is spent examining the Sunday Gospel and […]

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The Single, Best Resource for You During the Holy Season of Lent

March 4, 2011

One Lenten book stands apart from all the rest. One book brings you the wisdom and insight of one of the greatest minds of the Church. This is the must have book for you and your loved ones during the holy season of Lent. Meditations for Lent, collected from the writing of St. Thomas Aquinas. […]

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Magnificat Lenten Companion Running Out

March 4, 2011

The 2011 Magnificat Lenten Companion is now available but in limited quantities! There are only 100 left so these are going on a first come, first serve basis until they are gone. The companion is a rich spiritual guide which will accompany you daily through all of Lent. We know that you appreciate a friendly […]

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It's Lent Spring Training at Aquinas and More

February 25, 2011

This past Sunday used to be called Septuagesima Sunday and was considered the first warning of the Passion of our Lord because the liturgical colors changed to violet and the Alleluia and Gloria were dropped until Easter. So, you could consider it "Spring Training" time for Lent. Our pastor tells everyone to do four things […]

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Magnificat Lenten Companion 2011 is available now!

February 24, 2011

The 2011 Magnificat Lenten Companion is now available but in limited quantities! There are only 200 available so these are going on a first come, first serve basis until they are gone. The companion is a rich spiritual guide which will accompany you daily through all of Lent. Get your copy of the Magnificat Lenten […]

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It's Septua what?

February 20, 2011

Before the calendar was revised to create Ordinary Time (What about the liturgical year is just ordinary?) the Sundays leading up to Lent had much more interesting names than "The Seventh Sunday of Ordinary Time." Learn more about Septuagesima Sunday. http://www.aquinasandmore.com/catholic-articles/What-is-Septuagesima-Sunday-/article/344

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Passion Sunday - It Ain't What it Used to Be

March 19, 2010

The Importance of Passion Sunday Eons ago, back before 1970, the season of Lent had a slightly different structure than it does now. If you happen to look at a missal from back then, you'll notice that there are only four Sundays of Lent, followed by Passion Sunday, followed by Palm Sunday. In a current […]

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