The 2021 Christmas Gift GuideFrom Select Podcasts and Groups
Patchwork Heart Ministry
Anne DeSantis, Director of the St. Raymond Nonnatus Foundation, runs a podcast interviewing Catholics and their faith journey. Purchase their clothing line here.
Those Other Girls Podcast
The podcast speaks to women who have been victimized by the hyperactive oversexualized culture while attacking liberal viewpoints.
Podcast host Mallory Finch had an epiphany one day at the gym when someone wore a sweatshirt that read anti-social social club emblazed across it. It triggered the opportunity to use it to promote the pro-life message. Get your anti-abortion sweatshirt today.
The year continues to wind down. We are at the halfway point of autumn and we will be at a point where we do early Christmas shopping, plan for the holidays, and enjoy the fall activities that we shall enjoy while they last. There is still opportunities to defend life which brings us to ideas and events.
Vote in the 2021 General Election. We have the gubernational elections in NJ and VA. We also have civic elections that must get your attention and vote.
Take part in the First Friday and Saturday devotions.
Raise awareness on infertility and miscarraiges. Offer your love and support for these moms who carry this heavy cross.
Members of the Culture Project delivering a presentation to a group of teens.
You are invited to take part in The Culture Project’s day of giving on May 11th. The organization will welcome full time missionaries in Philadelphia next school year. Like many growing for an organization, they need to address the financial needs for their teams in Toledo, Cleveland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, and even in Philadelphia.
All donations made today and tomorrow will be matched dollar for dollar up to $50,000. Double your impact to help us meet our goal!
Tune in tomorrow on the Culture Project’s Facebook page at 9 AM EDT as their CEO, Cristina Barba Whalen, kicks off The Culture Project’s Days of Giving by sharing their goals for this campaign and the impact your gift will make!
The Gianna Center of Philadelphia has a tremendous opportunity here to make up for the less than expected revenue from our fundraiser as we have a generous donor willing to match funds up to 25,000 but ONLY until Dec. 27.
Oh, it’s the most wonderful time of the year. Before you know it, we have family, friends, and at times, clergy or co-workers to give a Christmas present to as many will flock the malls while others will shop from the comfort of their home to avoid the hustle and bustle. Keep in mind that Small Business Saturday is the day after Black Friday. Support some of our businesses that promote morality.
We are posting a list of businesses to support as you do your Christmas shopping. We have something for everyone. Many are small businesses in the Philadelphia area while others are either nationally or globally known. I have also included well-known pro-life groups that have amazing t-shirts you can wear and initiate a loving, peaceful conversation with someone who is pro-choice of on the fence.
For Pro-Life Gear
Stand True has an amazing selection of t-shirts that range from abortion is murder to adoption. They have shirts in English and Spanish. See some of the selections here.
Etsy.com has some amazing selection of pro-life stickers, shirts, and even other forms of clothing.
Culture of Life 1972
If you may recall, Voices for Life interviewed a new clothing line dedicated to the promotion of the culture of life. Learn more about them here. They are headquartered in West Chester, PA area. They have modest clothing for both men and women along with amazing accessories. Catch: They are counter-cultural with their proceeds going to pro-life charities as many of the regular clothing lines are supporting Planned Parenthood.
Uplift By Lily
Craig Glantz founded a store that was born from prayer and one single thought. “How can we provide a positive shopping experience that does not pollute.
Why is this important to us? There are so many stores that sell what I call “skull-fashion”. Skulls on shirts, skulls on backpacks, skulls on socks, skulls, skulls, skulls and other apparel glorifying the culture of death. While I know we all have to face our impending death, let’s not glorify it now. Let’s remain positive and strive to build each other up!
The name of our store was born out of the death (ironic as it may sound) of our second daughter, Lily Gianna Glantz, whom we lost to anencephaly in 2012.
We believe, however, that she remains always with us through intercessory prayer and is guiding us, uplifting us if you will, towards Heaven. Thus the impetus for our name and our store!
Well, that’s us in a very small nutshell and we hope you enjoy our designs and if you want to design your own product, just ask!! We can help you do that too! If we don’t currently have an item you want chances are we can obtain it! Just ask! Uplift By Lily
Proceeds of any purchases you make with go to Rachel’s Vineyard and Legacy of Life.
Visual Grace creates artistic avenues to bring to life the true, the good, and the beautiful. With the aim of combining the mission of cultural restoration and the arts, Visual Grace promotes truth, beauty, and goodness in a way that inspires others to respond to the unique call of grace in their own lives.
Check out her amazing selections of prints and paintings here
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