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On Catholic Bands and Catholic Dolls

By Dr. Jeff Mirus (bio - articles - email) | Feb 08, 2012

Catholics trying to do good have long written in to get us to tell our users of their efforts. This blog gives us a place to do that.

Today, for example, Suzzanne Brakefield told us of her family-run business in making dolls representing the nuns in various religious orders and, more recently, Blessed Mother dolls. Interested? See www.saintlysisters.com.

We also heard from Mike Grothem, who is a member of a band called Seven Sorrows, which describes itself as “a Catholic band unashamed to proclaim the truth of the One, Holy, Catholic, Apostolic Church.” The band’s website is www.sevensorrows.com.

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