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1/17/2014 (7 months ago)

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Raise up the lamp of faith with these remarkable designs!

Most of you may not appreciate it yet, but summer will return! When it does, it'll be time to go into your wardrobe and find those tee shirts from last year to wear. It's also a good time to refresh what you have. If you're a faithful Catholic, you might be interested in some exclusive designs which are available in the Catholic Online Boutique.

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By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)

Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)

1/17/2014 (7 months ago)

Published in Living Faith

Keywords: Catholic Online Boutique, shirts, catholic, catholic team global, faith, pride, apparel


LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - The Catholic Online Boutique is now making shirts available in several exclusive designs that you cannot get anywhere else. The shirts are meant to help Catholics share their faith and pride in being people of both 'Prayer and Action.'

Christians have always identified themselves to one another. In ancient times and in times of persecution, they used secret symbols and signs to communicate their love of God and affiliation with one another. This is an ancient tradition of fraternity and is laudable. No man is an island and we all need to know we're supported by the Christian community around us.

Today, tee shirts are the uniform of the youth and serve as visible symbols of affiliation with a particular group. Unfortunately, many of the designs on offer these days are secular and glorify secular values and behavior, which aren't always moral.

The Catholic Online Boutique is where you go if you want to represent the faith in an exciting and modern way.

The shirts carry important messages. Tell everyone what team you're on with your Catholic Team Global shirt. These come in the official cardinal red of Catholic Team Global and right now is your chance to be the first in your parish to show your Catholic Team Global colors.

Your 'Prayer and Action' shirt tells everyone that you stand with Pope Francis in his call for all Catholics to join him in 'Prayer and Action' to fight world hunger and other problems confronting the world. Pope Francis is greatly beloved around the world by Catholic and non-Catholics alike for his stance of social issues and insistence that we have a Church that is focused on providing pastoral care for all. When you wear this shirt, you leave no doubt about who you stand with.

Your "Catholic" shirts make it plan that you proudly profess your faith both within the church and without. Catholics make up the single largest denomination of Christians around the world and Catholicism is the world's dominant religion with over 1.2 billion members.

Stand out and let everyone know you stand in solidarity with your brothers and sisters in faith when you pull one of these amazing designs down over your head.

All of our shirts are vibrant, look good, feel great to wear, and improve with age. They're also priced right. Your purchase also helps Catholic Online!

In an age of rising secularism, we need people to represent the faith with pride. Faith is like a lamp which should be set upon a table so all may see by its light. Let your light shine proudly with a Catholic shirt.

Welcome to the team!

New designs added, check them out now!

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Pope Francis: end world hunger through 'Prayer and Action'


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Pope Francis Prayer Intentions for August 2014
Refugees:
That refugees, forced by violence to abandon their homes, may find a generous welcome and the protection of their rights.
Oceania: That Christians in Oceania may joyfully announce the faith to all the people of that region.



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