Get Your Synod On The Family Blog Swag!

Get Your Synod On The Family Blog Swag! October 27, 2015

The Synod on the Family concluded this past Saturday. It was a big deal for some people, a huge ordeal for others. In the end, though, the Church has survived (no big surprise there!).

So to celebrate, the AoftheA Swag Office has been toiling away for the past several…minutes, developing Synod on the Family 2015 banners and badges for bloggers to proudly display at their sites. Let everybody know that you endured the Greatest Crisis To Strike At The Catholic Church Until The Next Greatest Crisis Strikes At The Catholic Church.

Unless of course if the Greatest Crisis hasn’t ended yet. In that case, you may want to hold off a bit.

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  • Sophia Sadek

    A swag office is the mark of success. Or is that excess?

  • sez

    Love these! I’m really glad the synod is over.

    So, what’s the next crisis? I already miss being in crisis mode!

  • I’m glad the God of Surprises didn’t win- yet. There is still the Apostolic Exhortation to go.

  • M. Bizzaro

    If you’re at all interested in knowing . . . the Catholic Dogma . . . that we *must believe* to get to Heaven . . .

    I list it on my website > > >

    The Catholic God knows . . . what we think and believe . . .

    Catholic writing of Romans 1:21 >
    “They … became vain in their thoughts, and their foolish heart was darkened.”

    Catholic Faith (pre-fulfillment) writing of Deuteronomy 31:21 >
    “For I know their thoughts, and what they are about to do this day.”

    Catholic Faith (pre-fulfillment) writing of Job 21:27 >
    “Surely I know your thoughts, and your unjust judgments against Me.”

  • tj.nelson