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Four Catholic-inspired items to give your loved ones this Christmas

Ah, Christmas—the most wonderful time of the year. Christmas trees are out and the streets are already filled with twinkling lights, adding to the festive atmosphere of the season. You attend what seems like a never-ending string of reunions, parties, and get-togethers.

But it’s all fun and games until…you’re racing to the malls, braving the Christmas rush because you forgot to buy gifts! Stay away from the stress of last minute gift-giving with My Pope’s picks of Catholic-inspired Christmas items for your loved ones.

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 365 Days with the Lord 2020 – Liturgical Biblical Diary

Bible Diary
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There’s no other way to describe this Biblical Diary by St. Paul other than perfect! This bestselling Bible diary contains the Gospel of the day and reflections based on an important word, phrase, verse, or situation from the reading. If you have someone who wishes to grow their faith throughout the This catholic diary is the perfect tool for Catholics wishing to grow their faith throughout the year.

Glass Holy Water Bottle with Our Lady of Guadalupe Medal.

Holy Water Guadalupe
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Made of glass with a full color picture of the Our Lady of Guadalupe on the front, this beautiful holy water bottle is an excellent choice if you’re looking for a gift for an Our Lady of Guadalupe devotee.

Little Book of Manners – Learning to Share

Learning to Share
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Holy literature are not only a great source of informative knowledge but is also a useful source of creativity. A perfect find for your inaanaks, you can get a copy of this book at St. Paul.

Round Last Supper

Round Last Supper
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This beautiful photo with of the Last Supper is perfect for just about anyone. With its stunning details, Round Last Supper is available at St. Paul.

Still at a lost on what to give? Remember that Christmas is more than just gifts but a season to reflect, enjoy, and share the blessings you continue to receive. Above all, let us not forget to give thanks to our Lord. Remember there’s no greater gift than the love of our Savior.

 


Text by Mark Baccay. 

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