A few weeks ago, I read with sadness that Aquinas and More would be closing. I’ve had a long association with them and especially enjoyed being part of their Tiber River Book Review program as well as writing occasional articles for the site.
Here’s one piece I wrote last year about preparing your child for first Reconciliation.
Aquinas and More stands out, in my view, for its staunch no-China policy. This means that inventory selection is carefully guided by the source of the item.
Today, Aquinas and More owner Ian Rutherford announced an unconventional fund-raising effort that would keep the store’s online presence available to its customer base across the country. If you can lend a hand to a retailer that’s committed to bringing authentic, orthodox Catholic religious goods to its customers, won’t you consider donating?
No donations will be processed until the fund-raising goal is met, and there are rewards for donating that are pretty sweet. You’ve got 14 days to help out.