Welcome to the Catholic Faith Store
$0.00
Your cart is empty
 
 

Indoor & Outdoor Statues

Patron Saint Jewelry

Crosses & Crucifixes

From wall crucifixes to children's crosses. We carry so many beautiful Catholic crosses & crucifixes to fill your home with faith.

Baptism Gifts

We carry a beautiful assortment of baptism gifts for the baptized child, godparents and more.

Rosaries

So many wonderful rosaries to add to the power of your prayers. Ghirelli to Papal for women, men and children.

First Communion

For all of your First Communion apparel and gifts. Dresses, plus-size & designer communion dresses.

Read The Latest From Our Blog…

5 Excuse-Proof Ways to Getting to Sunday Mass

Maintaining a weekly Mass attendance is probably more important than ever. Still, the temptation to make excuses will be strong. What if you live in a country that’s not predominantly Catholic? What if family circumstances get in the way? What if your job is compromised?

Good Friday – A Reminder for Catholics that the Crucifixion is Triumph Over Satan

For those born Catholic, images of Christ’s crucifixion and death are not pleasant to look at or to think about. In predominantly Catholic countries, however, they are usually par for the course during Lenten season. Local networks and Christian channels often play cinematic re-enactments of the crucifixion.

How do these images make you feel? How do you explain this time in Christ’s life to your children? Many adults and young people alike find the fact that Jesus’ death and suffering was actually a victory over Satan. How can being scourged and dying in such a horrifying manner be considered a victory?

What is Holy Thursday? The Meaning of Being a Good Christian

When people talk about Holy Week, the days that come to most people’s minds is Good Friday, Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday. However, Catholics should be aware that it comprises of more days than that. This day, Maundy Thursday, is an excellent example.

Sadly, not many Catholics around the world are really aware of the importance Maundy Thursday. But to put in in a historical perspective, Maundy Thursday commemorates two of the most vital parts of Church Tradition: The institution of both the priesthood and the Eucharist.

 

 

 
Follow Us on Pinterest

Cart Total: $0.00