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PRAY Pewter Dish [Silver]

This trinket dish is a sweet, dainty accessory with a big message. Perfect for rings, a special medal, or your rosary,  with the “pray” reminder always at hand.  Fine quality lead-free pewter.  Petite size trinket dish Art with a purpose Fine quality pewter Makes a very…


I Said A Prayer For You Glass Dish

This glass dish is a sweet, dainty accessory with a big message. Perfect for jewelry, rosaries, or your wallet and keys, let this tray be a daily source of peace and strength.  "I said a prayer for you today, asking God to send you life's most precious treasures: health,…

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Pray More Flour Sack Dish Towel [White]

"Pray more. Worry less." In the kitchen and in life, worry and impatience tend to creep in when things don’t go exactly how we planned. Hang this towel in your kitchen as a reminder to turn to God for strength and peace even in the little things. Pair with other Catholic Company…


Pray Every Day Small Trinket Dish

This pretty little "Pray Everyday" is perfect for holding rings and other tiny treasures.  Precious little dish for small mementos A sweet reminder to pray everyday Petite pewter design  2.5" (L) x 2.5" (W) x .25" (D) Metal

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Pray More Worry Less Scalloped Dish

This adorable scalloped ceramic dish combines an uplifting message for daily living with sweet succulants. The hand-painted look, watercolor palette, and fun edging make this a memorable piece for a family member or friend who needs this powerful reminder to pray more and worry less. Perfect…


Padre Pio Pray Flour Sack Dish Towel [White]

This dish towel features a simple, clean design on a "flour sack" cotton. The timeless advice from Padre Pio, “Pray, hope, and don’t worry,” is perfect for the daily hiccups of the kitchen. Pair with other Catholic Company Exclusive towels as a fun gift set for…

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Say Your Prayers Flour Sack Dish Towel [White]

…especially those blessed with skills in the kitchen! © Copyright 2017 Trinity Road LLC/The Catholic Company Cotton "flour sack" dish towel A cheerful reminder to pray at all times Makes a fun gift for the chefs and bakers in your life Designed and produced exclusively by The Catholic Company…


What's For Dinner? 10 Meatless Meal Ideas For Lent

…out! And afterwards, you can stop in to pray the Stations of the Cross with your parish family. This list has just a few of the endless possibilities that could occupy your dinner table this Lent. I would love to hear what other ideas you have for meatless dishes – please share them in the comments…

Sample Chapter from Amazing Grace for Survivors

…our best in whatever situation we are placed, but in the end, our life is beyond our control so we best rest in the Lord. So we pray for her condition often and we pray that some day a cure will be found. And in the meantime, we trust that God does not do things without a reason. He gave us our…

5 Tips for Staying Catholic in College

…experienced. There are plenty of opportunities for spiritual growth in college. But you have to take them, even search for them. They won’t always be dished out to you. College is a time to actively pursue Catholicism. In the midst of transitioning to this stage of life, it is easy to let your faith…

How Holy Week is Celebrated Around the World

…find The Passion of the Christ aired on major networks during Holy Week. Special Lenten Dishes [caption id="attachment_22741" align="aligncenter" width="680"] Some favorite (and delicious!) traditional Lenten dishes. From left to right: capirotada, jocotes, Pescado seco, Fanesca soup, Mona de Pascua…

Parenting Thoughts, Tips, and Prayers From Saints Who Were Parents

…married and have their own kids. This has helped me to think and pray more intentionally about the vocation to marriage and family life. Keep reading: Heroes and Homemakers: 10 Patron Saints of Marriage The more I think and pray, the more I realize that it’s a rather large task to nurture and raise…

Meditations for Holy Week: Tuesday

…today and visit with Our Lord in Adoration before the Blessed Sacrament. During His agony in the garden on Holy Thursday Jesus asks His disciples to pray with Him. If you don't have a lot of time, or if you find an hour is too long to stay focused, try going for 15-20 minutes. You will be amazed to…