08 Feb 2011
Our son Ian’s new website was hacked and is under construction, so your best bet is to visit his Facebook Page.
Be advised that prices increase March 1st, 2011 A.D.
Our son’s custom built, high quality, hand-made (in Texas!), folding Prie Dieus/Prayer Kneelers are priced perfectly for any gift–but that price will increase March 1st, 2011!!!
Meticulously hand-crafted in the USA, these Prie Dieus are ‘glued and screwed’ for stability and long life. The … Read the rest...read more
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29 Jul 2010
“With admiration for the greatness you are building when nobody sees.”
HT to Ruth. Share this with all the Cathedral Builders you know.
Nicole’s sketch “The Invisible Woman” brings a powerful message of hope to every taken-for-granted woman in today’s world. This video shared with permission from Fresh Brewed Life, Inc. and Nicole Johnson.… Read the rest...read more
28 Jul 2010
Here’s Dr. Alice von Hildebrand’s response. Long, but it deserves a solid reading.
Hail Mary, full of grace…
The entire essay is NOT below…I suggest going right to the website and printing it out.
Dietrich von Hildebrand, Catholic Philosopher, and Christopher West, Modern Enthusiast:
Two Very Different Approaches to Love, Marriage and Sex
By Alice von Hildebrand
It is a joy to praise a great book or author; it is a grief and duty to criticize a bad one. But it is especially difficult to criticize someone who has many talents, whose work has positive sides, but
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28 Jul 2010
It used to be just St. Peter’s, but now the dress code has expanded to the entire city.
Our artist is nearly done with our new Outfit Guidelines sign–inspired by the St. Peter’s sign below. Keep checking back, or subscribe in a reader to find out when it’ll be available.
Full story here and below.
TOURISTS in skimpy summer clothing were being told to cover up before entering Vatican City today.
The ban had previously applied only to St Peter’s Basilica but guards manning the official entry point into the tiny, walled state begun pulling visitors aside overnight for … Read the rest...read more
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28 Jul 2010
From The Catholic Young Woman. I’d say the words that come to mind are “charming, gracious, elegant, kind, and dignified.” Ever wonder what words come to people’s mind when they see how you dress and how you act? Reminds me of an episode of “What Not to Wear”!
I’ve always loved to dress beautifully, and I love it when other girls dress beautifully. I remember that every time I would visit my older brother at his college I would sit out on the dorm balcony for a few minutes every day and watch the girls flutter by in their skirts. … Read the rest...read more