Over 5000 Patron Saint Medals (and other Confirmation Gifts)

April 27, 2011

Question: What do St. Aiden, St. Angela, St. Daria, St. Hannibal, St. Zoe and St. Rene have in common?   Answer: They are some of the over 300 saints that we carry medals, holy cards and other gifts for. Whether you are looking for a Confirmation gift or a unique present any other time, our […]

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Is John Paul II ready to be called a saint?

April 1, 2011

Is JPII Ready to be Called a Saint?   On May 1st, John Paul II will take one step closer towards receiving the Church's highest honor.  But the reality is that being declared Blessed or a Saint is just a recognition that a holy person has already received God's highest honor: eternity in paradise. In […]

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St. Gianna Molla Holy Cards are now available!

January 26, 2011

Last year we started producing our own line of prayer cards which includes St. Jose Maria Escriva, Bishop Fulton Sheen, Blessed John Cardinal Newman, a Christmas Blessing and a Christmas Novena. Now we are proud to announce our new St. Gianna Molla Holy Card. The card is available in either 100 packs of paper cards […]

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10 Things You Probably Don't Know About St. Augustine

August 28, 2009

St. Augustine is one of the greatest and most influential Church Fathers.  His writings have shaped both Catholic and Protestant theology and his greatest work The Confessions is one of the most widely translated, published and read books after the Bible.  Much is known about his life but here are ten facts you might not […]

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The Feast of St. Patrick

March 17, 2009

I came to the Irish people to preach the Gospel and endure the taunts of unbelievers, putting up with reproaches about my earthly pilgrimage, suffering many persecutions, even bondage, and losing my birthright of freedom for the benefit of others. If I am worthy, I am ready also to give up my life, without hesitation […]

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St. Valentine's Day

February 14, 2009

The romantic nature of February 14 seems to have been attached to the date long after it was recognized as the feast day of St. Valentine. Still, several centuries before pre-printed, mass-produced greeting cards existed, men and women sent notes, tokens, and cards to their loves on St. Valentine’s Day. The tradition certainly was in […]

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Feast of St. Thomas Aquinas

January 28, 2009

"Believing is an act of the intellect assenting to the divine truth by command of the will moved by God through grace." - St. Thomas Aquinas January 28 is the Feast of Saint Thomas Aquinas, widely considered the greatest theologian and philosopher of the Catholic Church. His works systematized the Truth of the Catholic Church […]

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The Conversion of St. Paul

January 25, 2009

Today, January 25th, the Church celebrates the Feast of the Conversion of Saint Paul, Apostle to the Gentiles. Though not one of the Twelve Apostles, Paul converted after the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus, and he preached the Gospel and wrote many letters that are part of the New Testament of the Bible. There are […]

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Feast of St. Francis de Sales

January 24, 2009

Today, January 24, the Church remembers Saint Francis de Sales, bishop, confessor, and Doctor of the Church. Francis, commonly known as the 'Gentleman Saint' or the 'Gentle Christ of Geneva,' spent many years preaching and defending the Faith, and guiding Protestants back to the True Faith. Early Life and Education Francis was born in the […]

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The Feast of St. Lucy

December 13, 2008

According to tradition, St. Lucy was born near the end of the 3rd century in Syracuse, Sicily, to a Roman father (who would die while she was quite young) and a Greek mother, Eutychia. The traditional stories describe the family as wealthy and connected to nobility, but from an early age the pious Lucy hoped […]

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