Catholic.net Store Opens

Powered by Aquinas and More, the online mall appeals to Catholics seeking quality and value.
by Catholic.net Staff Writer | Source: Catholic.net

New Haven, CT -- (Catholic.net) -- 12/01/2009 – Catholic.net and Aquinas and More have teamed up to launch and run the Catholic.net Store (www.catholic.net/store), an online shopping center offering an array of books, gifts, devotionals and resources for evangelization and catechesis.

With more than 20,000 items to choose from, the Catholic.net Store has special appeal to shoppers who prefer a single online store for all their Catholic shopping needs.

But the vast inventory is just one of many attractions sure to draw masses of Catholics to the Catholic.net Store. Buyers can also rest assured that all merchandise has been hand-selected for both topnotch quality and unwavering faithfulness to the authentic teachings of the Catholic Church.

Subscriptions to Catholic periodicals are also available through the Catholic.net Store. Popular titles include the National Catholic Register and Faith & Family magazine.

Shoppers can count on secure purchasing transactions and multiple payment options. With protected servers and a locked infrastructure, the Catholic.net Store can accepts all major credit cards, along with PayPal and Google Checkout. It can also process payments from all over the world.

Purchases made at the Catholic.net Store offset the operating expenses of Catholic.net, a nonprofit Catholic apostolate whose mission is to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all corners of the World Wide Web.

“The Catholic.net Store builds up our mission,” explains Rosalia Tenorio, director of Catholic.net. “Our visitors can be certain of where to conveniently find and safely purchase genuine Catholic products.”

Adds Tenorio: “A priest once inspired me to make sure my first present to every person I know is a Bible. This is such a great way of evangelizing. I hope Catholics online will use the Catholic.net Store to do the same.”

Ian Rutherford, president and founder of Aquinas and More Catholic Goods, is enthusiastic about the chance to partner with Catholic.net. “This takes us one step further in the process of building the premier distribution network for Catholic products in the United States,” he says. The end goal of the enterprise, adds Rutherford, is to “assist in the rebuilding of a Catholic culture in this country.”


About Aquinas and More
Aquinas and More Catholic Goods is the largest online Catholic retailer in the United States. Aquinas and More is dedicated to strengthening Catholics’ faith through high-quality products, timely information and dynamic resources. The company maintains a blog at catholicinformation.aquinasandmore.com and is on Facebook.

About Catholic.net
Catholic.net is a Web-based apostolate, directed by the Legionaries of Christ and the Regnum Christi Movement, intended to form an online Catholic community committed to evangelize the social world by building up the Kingdom of Christ through their families, parishes, dioceses and general communities. To foster this commitment, Catholic.net promotes interaction among Catholics worldwide through information sharing and online interactive tools. Fundamentally, Catholic.net serves as an online platform to build synergies among the various apostolic initiatives.


Please Direct Media Inquiries to:

Rosalia Tenorio
Catholic.net Director
(661) 526-7314
Rosalia@Catholic.net
www.Catholic.net   

Ian Rutherford, President and Founder
Aquinas and More Catholic Goods
(719) 495-7493
Ian@AquinasAndMore.com
www.AquinasAndMore.com  



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