I think some monasteries and religious houses who make and sell products in order to live would also appreciate your consideration. I would rather help a monastery than, say, Target.
Surely you readers have some recommendations of products that monasteries and religious make which could be good as gifts.
Let me start by mentioning a few.
First, there is – [CUE MUSIC] – Mystic Monk Coffee. They have packages of coffees with low or free shipping, there are chocolates and also religious gifts. And when you buy their stuff, you also help me.
Second, I have in the past written about the Contemplative Domincan Nuns of Our Lady of the Rosary Monastery who make soaps.
Third, buy your coffin today. What a great stocking stuffer. And when you want to get your last will and testament in order, print it with a cartridge from the Laser Monks. They have dog biscuits too. They also have dog biscuits.
Fourth, I will plug my own things. If you want to get something for a priest or seminarian, consider things from the Z-Stuff stores. There are shirts and mugs and all that sort of stuff. Most of them will annoy liberals or at least start a conversation. And once your in a conversation, you have a chance to make your points.
What about you? Have recommendations? I think a lot of groups may make fruit cake, but can you give it a personal review? I can attest that the fruitcake made by made by Trappists at Assumption Abbey in Missouri was mighty tasty. That’s the sort of thing we need to know.
Get some Mystic Monk Coffee, and a WDTPRS mug of some sort, along with a fruitcake and you are in business!
BTW.. people are always telling me to push that thing or this thing on my blog. I prefer to be able to push things I have actually seen or experienced. Therefore, I must say that I have no personal knowledge of the aforementioned dog biscuits.