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5/6/2014 (4 months ago)

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Get Mom a gift with the quality she deserves.

If you're waiting for the last minute to buy a Mother's Day gift for someone special, it has arrived. Fortunately, Catholic Shopping .com is offering free shipping as well as expedited shipping on qualified orders. Gold medals are also 10 percent off for a limited time.

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Get your mother the gift she deserves.

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By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)

Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)

5/6/2014 (4 months ago)

Published in Marriage & Family

Keywords: Mother's Day, medals, shopping, special, sale


LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - The last minute to order Mother's Day gifts online has arrived. Shoppers who wait any longer will have to fight for overpriced, picked-over items in crowded stores or opt for expensive meals out if they want to deliver in time for Mother's Day.

Fortunately, Catholic Shopping .com is offering a special which includes free shipping on most of the store's medals. Free domestic, U.S. shipping is applied on all orders over $100, which will help you save. Orders placed today can be expedited for a flat fee of $12.00, however even now they may not arrive before Sunday. Despite this challenge, the gifts sold at Catholic Shopping .com are of fine quality and Mom will understand the extra day's wait if this is what you treat her to.

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Despite the urgency of the holiday, every day should be Mother's Day, and we should always take time out of our day to remember our mothers who gave so much of themselves for us. Mom deserves our very best because she gave us the best of herself.

Not only did our mothers carry us for nine months, but they carried us at their breast and on their hips for months to follow. They comforted our pains, washed our bodies, and cleaned the many, many messes we made. Mom saw us to and from school, helped us with homework, and worked herself to keep a home and sometimes with a job or two to boot. No sacrifice aside from Christ can rival the sacrifices mothers make for their children every day. That's what makes every day Mother's Day and why she deserves the best we can give her, even if it's a day late.

It certainly won't feel like a dollar short, given the amazing quality of our products.

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Selecting a medal is as easy as choosing her favorite saint, or the Virgin Mary, or even one of the Holy Fathers of our Church. Ranging from miraculous medals to simple crosses, there's something for every mother at Catholic Shopping .com.

Please visit now and take advantage of our 10 percent off on gold medals, our free shipping on orders over $100, or our expedited shipping for just $12.00.

Don't disappoint Mom with a gift that feels like an afterthought. Avoid the hassle and let us do the work for you. Order now and feel free to email customerexperience@catholicl.org if you have any questions or wish to expedite your order today.

The clock is ticking towards Sunday, go now!

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


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Pope Francis Prayer Intentions for September 2014
Mentally disabled:
That the mentally disabled may receive the love and help they need for a dignified life.
Service to the poor: That Christians, inspired by the Word of God, may serve the poor and suffering.



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