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Yes, Busy Catholic Men Can Honor Advent: Here’s How

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This post was written by John Spitzer, author of Finding God Again and Again.

“As I go to work every day and take care of children, I find that
Jesus is already present in my life. The challenge for me is finding God in each one of his
children as I try to help them get better. God has been taking care of me, but I take care of God
too as God lets me manifest my love for God through my work.”

Advent this year 2022

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7 ‘Dad Approved’ Catholic Father’s Day Gifts

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I asked my husband, father of three beautiful blessings, to help me curate this list!
Here is what we came up with for gifts that will be loved, used and appreciated!

For the Dad who wants something practical . . .

This t-shirt from No Hearts Untouched

This subtle nod to our Spiritual Patriarch got a thumbs up (and I think a hint, hint) from my husband!

Want more?  Add the snapback hat and a keychain too!

Do you love the idea of a gift inspired by Saint Joseph?  Make sure you peruse our Saint Joseph Gift Guide!!!

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A wallet or belt from Wild Things Adventure

Belts come in tan, cinnamon and brown.

This high quality belt may be the last belt you ever need to buy! It is hand crafted from full grain leather, edges buffed smooth and glassy, and finished off with a solid antique brass buckle and solid brass Chicago screws.

Wallets available in Spring Green, Brown and Black.

A Saint Maximillian Kolbe Hat from Kolbe’s Little Flowers

This is an awesome distressed ball cap with the numbers of St. Maximilian Kolbe’s prison number on the front. Has a velcro strap in the back for easy adjustment. Great for men or women. Available in grey, black, or navy blue.

Spark up a conversation with this hat, as people may question what the numbers stand for. This gives you an opportunity to spread the faith and to spread devotion to this great saint, as this was his prison number.

Kolbe’s LittleFlowers also sells great dad gifts for the one that loves fishing and hunting too!

For the Dad who likes to support small business owners . .  .

How about a gift to a Catholic Dad from a Catholic Dad owned business?

Uplift by Lily is owned by a Catholic Dad and describes its as a:

“Catholic and Americana online store specializing in unique gifts for all occasions!

At Uplift By Lily Store we pride ourselves on being authentically Catholic and American. We provide Catholic and Americana gifts for all occasions.” -Craig Glantz, owner

For the Dad who is a Star Wars or Big Bang Theory Fan . . .

we recommend checking out Voyage Comics and Publishing.

As I write this post, This Is The Way Tees are still in stock.  Another gift this dad might like is the non-fiction work:


For the Dad who loves his coffee . . .

If your Dad likes coffee, we highly suggest this unique mug from Annunciation Designs (which is now available in two colors).

The perfect quote by St. Josemaria Escriva to start your day – just fill with your favorite coffee and enjoy the morning.

These mugs are hand-thrown in the USA and are microwave and dishwasher safe.

For All Catholic Dads . . .

And all Dad’s could use this gift added on . . .Catholic Saint Socks!

Our favorites include the Saint Benedict pair,

The innovator of religious orders as we know them today, St. Benedict is beloved by many! This simple design mimics the simple, humble life he lived. A raven on his shoulder and a chalice with a snake by his side, will remind you of the miraculous power of God, working to save this faithful soul from enemies attempts to poison him. These socks will be the perfect reminder to live the Benedictine motto, “Ora et Labora,” meaning pray and work, keeping all tasks in your day prayerful.

You could also give your Dad a pair of socks a month by signing him up for the All Saints Sock Club!  

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