Christmas Gift Guide - For Your Parish!
At the time of posting, there are officially three weeks left until Christmas. Advent has (finally) begun, you may have started decorating your Christmas tree, and your gift list is probably prepped, if not already completed. At this point, you're probably not looking to add more people to your Christmas gift list, but we have one important addition to your list this year (it's a good one, we promise!):
Out of everyone on your list, why not gift something to your parish? We often refer to our church community as our "parish family," and what better way to show your appreciation for your family's support, love, and prayers year round than a gift at Christmastime?
You may be thinking, "Well, that's a great idea, but what do you give a parish? They already have everything they need for the liturgy, and most of our memorials are already claimed." Be not afraid - if you're looking for something unique to give to your parish this year, check out some of these amazing products, created by incredible Catholic artisans and authors and hand-picked especially by Gloriam.
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