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!
Support the quest to share God's love and spread the Catholic Faith among the world's least fortunate.Learn More & Purchase Items To Share >
My mom was taken off the ventilator just as the medal arrived. We will never forget what a truly miraculous medal this is!
The quality of the pendant is simply beautiful, and shipping, wow, its unbelievably fast!
John - NH
Thank you so much for all of your effort! I will certainly recommend your company in the future.
Ashley - CA
The above photo and the below comment was posted yesterday on Facebook by a user named Mike Powers. As he was driving through Mississippi he was pulled over for speeding. Before the highway patrol officer walked away after handing Mike his ticket, Mike took the opportunity to commit a random act of kindness.
“Humility is the mother of all virtues; purity, charity and obedience. It is in being humble that our love becomes real, devoted and ardent. If you are humble nothing will touch you, neither praise nor disgrace, because you know what you are. If you are blamed you will not be discouraged. If they call you a saint you will not put yourself on a pedestal.” - Blessed Teresa of Calcutta
What would it be like if you spent a day wearing the uniform of another profession? Would you feel like a different person? Would people treat you differently? One writer, Tom Chiarella, wanted to experience first-hand what it would be like to literally walk in someone else's "professional shoes" for the day. His job as a creative writing professor and author required no uniform---no visible sign of what he did for a living. And a part of him kind of wished that it did.