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Don't Quit Plaque [White]

…pray -- and don't you quit. Success is failure turned inside out, God's hidden gift in the clouds of doubt. You never can tell how close you are -- it may be near when it seems so far. So trust in the Lord when you're hardest hit. It's when things go wrong that you must not quit!" Plaque with easel…

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Don't Quit - Laminated Card with Crucifix

…and never quitting.  Beautifully presented with pictured image and embedded cross charm, this prayer card is preserved by laminated plastic covering.  Thoughtful gift for a new graduate, new job, or for someone who needs a little boost of encouragement.  Don't Quit - Laminated…

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God Isn't Finished Flour Sack Dish Towel [White]

…accessory year around. "Have patience. God isn't finished yet" serves as a reminder to have patience even when things don't go quite how we'd like. Pair with other Catholic Company Exclusive towels as a fun gift set for family and friends, especially those blessed with…

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Bless Me, Father, For I Have Kids

…piano teacher." Joining a homeschool co-op: "None of us wanted to quit homeschooling; we just wanted somebody else to do it for us." As she did in her beloved first book,  Please Don't Drink the Holy Water,  in these pages Susie Lloyd will charm and edify you with…

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Don't Quit Plaque

Don't Quit Plaque

Don't Quit Plaque is a great gift for teens. Don't Quit Plaque inspires teens to work hard and not to quit. Don't Quit Plaque is perfect for a First Communion or Conformation gift. Purchase this plaque: https://www.catholiccompany.com/dont-quit-plaque-p2002124/

Don't Quit Mug

Don't Quit Mug

Don't Quit Mug is a popular mug is 16 ounces and is made of microwave and dishwasher safe ceramic. It offers an inspiring message including the words, "So trust in the Lord when you are hit hardest, its when things go wrong that you must not quit."The Don't Quit Mug comes gift boxed and is a…

Why do we receive the Eucharist? To some...

Why do we receive the Eucharist? To some...

…Eucharist? To some, that may seem like a silly question. It’s the body and blood of Jesus, so why wouldn’t we receive it? However, I don’t think the issue is quite so simple. Yes, it’s great to have God physically present among us, but why would we want to eat and drink that presence? What exactly…

The Day My Mom Ran Into Mother Teresa When She Needed It Most

Sometimes we just don't appreciate certain stories until we are old enough. I am quite sure that my mom had told me how she ran into Mother Teresa once, but apparently this story had little effect on me at the time and didn't seem as wonderful as it really is. [adbutler zone_id="207190"] Back in…

Life is Fleeting: A Brief Reflection for Lent

“What you are now, we once were; what we are now, you shall be.” This is a quite shocking inscription which can be read while contemplating the skeletons of thousands of Capuchin friars beneath of Our Lady of the Conception Church in Rome. It is a reminder, of course, of the quick passage of life on…

12 Inspiring Religious Paintings & Their Meanings

…displayed in his nursery. I even decided to have a picture taken of my son and I in a similar pose. (I couldn't get a live lamb, but it's quite close imitation, don't you think?) [caption id="attachment_18177" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Inspired by Religious Art[/caption] Please share your…

Does Wearing Catholic Jewelry Still Matter?

…upon a time, Catholic jewelry used to be the mark of an actual Catholic.  Although wearing religious jewelry among Christians has been common for quite some time, you could still tell a difference. For example, if someone was wearing a cross necklace, it was safe to guess they were Protestant. But…

Saints 911: How to Ask a Saint for Help and Protection

…prayer cards that read, "Don't break the chain," and if you do, there is a curse, and you will be crushed by a train, struck by a lighting, and the 7 plagues of Egypt will come over you. That is why I didn't use to like the devotion to St. Jude, because this didn't sound quite right for me. Until I…

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10 Things to Learn From the Writings of St. Therese, The Little Flower

…things" in life. 1. ON THE GLORY OF GOD The faith and confidence of yours which never wavers will one day have their reward–a glorious one. Be quite sure that God will bless you and that the depths of your suffering will be matched by the consolation reserved for you. 2. ON THE GRACE OF GOD Jesus…

Three of the Most Misunderstood Saints of All Time

…reason. The Santa figure we know today was derived from a real man: St. Nicholas of Myra. He lived quite a long time ago: he was born March 15th, in the year 270, and died December 6th, 343. We don't know as much about him as we'd like, but we do have some impressive facts for a man who lived so…

Catholic Games Prevent Boredom in Children

…hunts and new house rules for Monopoly. I'm not suggesting that boredom is a bad thing; I think boredom can be quite a good thing because it makes you DO SOMETHING about it.  I don't advocate for year-round school for kids because I'm a firm believer in kids having to FIND fun and constructive…

What Catholics Need To Know About the Dignity of Work

…rest.  So this Labor Day, it is good to thank God for the employment that we do have, even if we don't currently have our dream job, and to also rejoice in the dignity we maintain with it. And don't forget to celebrate the important and crucial gift of rest! Do you think that it is important that…

3 Ways to Spiritually Prepare Your Child for Their First Communion

…Eucharistic adoration as a great way to prepare your children spiritually for their First Communion.  Don’t be concerned that your child won’t understand what Eucharistic Adoration is (you don’t even have to use those words), or that they won’t be able to sit quietly.  Just tell your child that you…

6 Unexpected Ways to Imitate the Virtue of St. Teresa of Avila

…think about things like: * Silence * Solitude * Sacrifice * Lots of Prayer * Lots of Saints * Fasting * Holiness * Bare feet Words that probably DON’T come to mind are: * Humor * Love of books * Friendship And yet these last words, and more, describe one of the most widely known Carmelites in…

First Communion Gift and Party Ideas

…rosary is always appropriate, and will be treasured for years to come. Many adult Catholics still have their First Communion rosaries, and are quite attached to them. A children's Bible , prayer book, or wall crucifix also make wonderful First Communion gifts. And if you can't decide which one…

Nine Unexpected Blessings of a Large Family

…not discourage us. Quite the opposite. Love is something we learn; love is something we live; love grows as it is ‘forged’ by the concrete situations which each particular family experiences. Love is born and constantly develops amid lights and shadows.” — Pope Francis We don't get to choose our…

St. Philomena the Wonder-Worker: Her Story in Her Own Words

…growing. Catholics around the world are discovering her and becoming fervently devoted. Her beautiful name is familiar on their lips. But this is quite a recent development. Saint Philomena was martyred under the reign of Diocletian around 300 A.D. For more than fifteen hundred years, she became an…

What Mary's Perfect, Immaculate Heart Means For Her Imperfect Children

…Our Lady, she is usually portrayed as beautiful, glorious, and stoic, enthroned in Heaven as the sweet but solemn Queen of All Saints—she doesn't quite look like someone who could empathize with your heartache or your frustration with character flaws that cause you to stumble over and over and over…

Pope Francis is Coming to Philly!

…so early; you know usually they don’t make these announcements — four months out is the typical and here we are 10 months away, and the Holy Father said he is coming to Philadelphia.” “The Holy Father has said that he’s going to be coming to Philadelphia for quite a few months,” he told Catholic…

"Now What?" 18 Inspiring Quotes for Recent College Grads

…only the picture.  You can’t see it. So quietly submit to be painted –i.e., keep fulfilling all the obvious duties of your station (you really know quite well enough what they are!), asking forgiveness for each failure and then leaving it alone.  You are in the right way.  Walk—don’t keep looking at…

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