Category Archives: Religious Gifts

Product Spotlight: Personal Study Bible

When you are looking for a little more help understanding the meaning behind Bible passages, you can find help with the Personal Study Bible.

Along with introductions for each book and chapter footnotes, here is what else you can find inside this Personal Study Bible:

156 page Catholic Encyclopedic Dictionary and Biblical Reference Guide 

Not only does this guide give you definitions, but it also gives you the book, chapter and verse where people and places can be found within the Bible. 

Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation 

The “Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation” tries to relate the role of Scripture and post-biblical teachings of the church to their common origin in the Word of God. It is a great way to study the value of Scripture for the salvation of all. 

Celebration of the Eucharist

A thorough explanation of the Celebration of the Eucharist, including Introductory Rites, Liturgy of the Word, Liturgy of the Eucharist, and Concluding Rites. 

Origin, Inspiration and History of the Bible

This series includes thirty-seven articles that takes a look at the Bible throughout the ages. This supplemental section combines history and theology making this supplemental section an ideal resource for the classroom or personal use. 

Plus more including eight pages of color bible maps, three year cycle of readings, and special section for Pope Francis and the succession of popes. 

This Personal Study Bible is a revised edition that contains the 2011 revised Old Testament & Psalms. This official translation was approved by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. 

Find this Bible and more on our website at www.printeryhouse.org

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Feast of St. Benedict

Today we celebrate the feast day of St. Benedict of Nursia, the founder of western monasticism and the creator of St. Benedict’s Rule, a guide to monastic life in which the monks of Conception Abbey follow.

During his life, St. Benedict was known to have performed numerous miracles, including breaking a glass full of poison with the Sign of the Cross, saving a man from drowning by briefly becoming another person, reading the minds of his monks, bringing a child back to life, exorcising a demon and more.

Although St. Benedict lived for several years in solitude, many people found his miracles alluring and began to follow his teachings.  He went on to establish 12 monasteries, each with 12 monks, and himself in general control of all. One of St. Benedict’s greatest achievements was his Rule, a guide for the government and the spiritual and material well-being of a monastery. His Rule is said to be one of the most influential religious rules in Western Christendom.

Here at The Printery House, we offer a unique selection of St. Benedict products, including rosaries, jewelry, icons, cards, books and more. Click the link below to see our full collection:

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Our Hope and Trust 2017 Calendars

It’s time to start planning for 2017, and we have calendars and planners just for that! The Our Hope and Trust calendars/planners are a great buy if you want to mark the days, weeks, and months of the year with religious themes. You will be drawn in by their religious artwork, great faith quotations, and appealing design. Put together by our dedicated designers in our Art Department; you can tell that great care was taken in designing them. Why just have any calendar? Get your own Our Hope and Trust calendar today! They are available in pocket, desk, and wall form.

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Celebrating the Upcoming Canonization of Mother Teresa

The Canonization of Mother Teresa is a great time for all Catholics! Together we can celebrate the life of an amazing woman who lived for others. She spent many years in the streets of Calcutta and elsewhere helping the poor and disadvantaged. She never praised herself, although she was a courageous voice for others. She famously said that if people are self-centered, mean, if they doubt your intentions, “love them anyway.” Truly, the most amazing thing about Mother (Saint to be) Teresa was that she lived her own words. We offer many items honoring Mother Teresa; from rosaries to icons to commemorative plagues. What a better way to honor so great a lady than to get a rosary or plaque in her honor? Let us all honor St. Teresa of Calcutta!

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