The EWTN Religious Catalog offers a variety of gift selections.
To order: Visit EWTNRC.com or call (800) 854-6316; Price and availability subject to change.
This decorative tea towel features a silhouette representing the Nativity. Made from 100% cotton, it measures 28″ wide x 28″ tall when open and approximately 8″ wide x 14″ tall when folded to showcase the design . Flour bag towels are super absorbent and lint free. Made in USA $9.95, item: TT53.
This cute little Holy Family statue is made with simple features and smooth edges for little hands. From the Little Patrons collection, it is made of resin and stands 3 inches tall. $9.99, item: 14333.
This decorative tabletop triptych features the Holy Family in a picturesque triptych with textured, jeweled gold detailing. Made of polyresin, it measures 12 1/4 inches high x 5 1/4 inches wide x 3 inches deep. $55.99, item: 63314.
This beautifully illustrated book includes all the prayers used when praying the Holy Rosary, as well as images and meditations for each of the 20 Mysteries. It is ideal for children from 2 to 9 years old. Pin ; 59 pages. $21.95, item: 65275.
This unique rosary is made of 6mm faceted marbled turquoise beads and features a Nativity medallion for the centerpiece. The angel depicted above the Blessed Virgin and Child is the seventh angel in the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, which was discovered on the wall during restorations in 2016. This mosaic dates from the 12th century. $17, item: 293N.
This tumbled stone coaster depicting the longing for divine mercy, “Jesus, I trust in you”, measures 4 inches x 4 inches x 1/2 inch. $7.95, item: Q172B.
Designed to look like it was cut from a tree, this beautiful hand painted statue features Joseph, Mary and the Christ Child inside a wooden star. Measures 7 1/4 inches wide x 8 1/2 inches high. Handmade in Colombia. $42, item: N48M.
This decorative wall hanging consists of four individual square wooden panels with rounded corners connected by a golden organza ribbon. The top panel features a trumpeting angel and the words: “Listen! The herald angels sing”; the second and largest panel features an image of the Nativity of Christ with the words: “And a child was born, changing the world forever”; the third panel shows a shepherd with his sheep and the shining star of Bethlehem, as well as the words: “O come, let us adore him”; and the bottom panel shows the Magi with the Star of Bethlehem and the words: “The wise still seek him.” Each panel is a different size, with the largest piece measuring 4″ x 4″ and 16″ long overall when hanging. $15, item: M221.
This angelic ornament represents a statue of the Holy Family wrapped in white wings like that of an angel. Made of resin and hand painted to look like carved wood. Measures 4 inches tall. $18; Item: 57020.
Young readers will enjoy learning about Julia Greeley, a former slave, who was an angel of mercy to Denver’s poor. Although very poor herself, whatever she received, often by begging, she shared with those who needed it more than her. Filled with the joy of loving Jesus, she lifted the spirits of everyone she met. Nothing prevented her from living the love of God. When he died, huge crowds of people, rich and poor, lined up at Sacred Heart Church for hours to honor him. It was only then that people began to realize how many lives she touched through her humble charity. His cause for holiness was opened in Rome in 2016. Hardcover; 40 pages. $15.95, item: 5832.
What do you do when you or someone close to you is seriously ill? How do you even begin to cope?
Using the Stations of the Cross as the setting for their love story, Michelle Johnson shares her heartbreakingly beautiful eight-year healing journey with her husband, Stu. Before being called home, Stu suffered three bouts of cancer, amputation from the leg up to the hip and became a quadriplegic. If you need practical, concrete advice to help your loved one carry their cross, it’s in this book. If you’re struggling to keep the faith on this difficult journey, this first-hand account of real-life couple drama can help. As difficult as it has been, this journey has deepened Michelle and Stu’s love for each other, and it can do the same for you. If you are currently standing at the foot of the cross, this story shows that you need not be afraid. Because if you let him, the One who loves you more than you love yourself will accompany you, and sometimes even carry you, as you begin your own journey of How to practically, emotionally and spiritually cope when a loved one has a serious illness.
Johnson, director of communications for EWTN, encourages potential readers of the registry: “Holidays can be a particularly difficult time for caregivers. This book was written to accompany caregivers in their solitary work, to give them hope, practical resources and spiritual help, and most importantly, to remind them that they are not alone. Others have traveled this path, including Our Lord! $15.95; Item: 91400.