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About The Catholic Company

The Catholic Company is the leading online Catholic books and gifts store. You’ll find everything you need to dive deeper into the Catholic faith, including a wide selection of Catholic bibles, music, rosaries, new roman missal, statues and more. Getting ready to prepare for a sacred Christmas and Advent season? Browse the advent wreaths, Christmas cards, Kneeling Santas and nativities we have available. Celebrating a Sacrament with your loved ones? Find the perfect gift to cherish the moment. We offer a variety of ideas for First Communion gifts, Confirmation gifts, Catholic Wedding gifts and Baptism gifts. Enjoy the spiritual growth in you and others around you!


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Why People Continue To Trust The Catholic Company

Products that change lives...

My mom was taken off the ventilator just as the medal arrived. We will never forget what a truly miraculous medal this is!
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A huge selection that ships fast...

The quality of the pendant is simply beautiful, and shipping, wow, its unbelievably fast!
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Part of the Communion of Saints...

Thank you so much for all of your effort! I will certainly recommend your company in the future.
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