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Personalized Irish Claddagh Make Up Bell

The Irish Make Up Bell is a longstanding Celtic tradition that makes for an endearing wedding or anniversary gift.  Or add to your Christmas tree! During any argument, husband or wife can choose to ring the bell to call for an immediate cease-fire.  The rule holds that it cannot always be…

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Belleek Claddagh Make-up Bell

…the bell to end any quarrel they encounter in their marriage.  A kiss should commence after the bell is rung,  leading to a long, happy marriage. Makes a thoughtful and unique bridal shower gift. Irish "make up" bell Fine porcelain china Belleek giftware collection Makes a great…

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Beatitudes: Living the Life of Christ

…of the Catholic Church Accessible and engaging background reading Biblical touchstones Comprehension and critical thinking questions Warm-up / bell work Main activity such as primary source analysis, role-playing, structured debate, and many others Homework and extension options Bulletin Board…

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A Catholic Wedding Gift Guide

…The Infant of Prague statue is considered a special wedding gift to a newly married couple. Other Irish traditions include the "Make-up bell," a small bell that is rung when a couple needs to stop arguing and share a kiss, and the claddagh, a symbol signifying love, loyalty, and friendship, which…

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10 Quotes That Will Motivate You To Embrace Simplicity

…with our physical eyes and go on from there. Offer up each thing you give away, each effort you make to better understand your relationship with your possessions, for the intention of simplicity in your own soul. Autumn is a good time to make a project out of simplicity, don't you think? Here are…

On the Newly Approved Marian Apparition: Our Lady of the Rosary of San Nicolas

…faithful. Do not fear, come to see Me. Hand in hand with me you will travel many roads.” The Blessed Mother also gave her a scripture reference to look up, Ezekiel 2:4-10, as she would continue to do in many of her other messages. See a timeline of the San Nicolas apparitions What is the title under…

12 Inspiring Religious Paintings & Their Meanings

…Arimathea, Nicodemus, and a third man hold Jesus’ body up; Our Lady has fainted, and is being supported by Saint John and some of the holy women who witnessed the crucifixion. Look at the Virgin's face, which is all pale. The blue of her robes makes a real contrast with her complexion. Note how…