Help a young entrepreneur!

Let’s give this guy a boost.  A young entrepreneur reached out to me for help with his project.  He started something called Crown and Stars, clearly in honor of the Blessed Virgin.

He told me that he wants to make…

Catholic and prolife shirts available that are: thought provoking, grab your attention, conversation starters.

They do that, I think.

If he can sell about 10 more shirts, then Amazon (ALWAYS use my link!) will allow him to make more designs available.

Whaddya say?


Some of them are pretty nice.  Just a few…

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  1. Lisieux says:

    Father, the links don’t seem to go anywhere. Googling ‘Crown and Stars t-shirts’ brings up a large number of such items, but none of them are Catholic, and obviously aren’t part of your correspondent’s range.

  2. The >>here<< link works. Okay, I ordered a chant Ave Maria shirt. Another overtly Catholic shirt to partner with my rebus “Lauda(moose) Te, Benedici(moose) Te, Adora(moose) Te, Glorifica(moose) Te” shirt, which has proven to be a hit at the gym.

  3. JustaSinner says:

    Ordered the “Gloria in excelsis Deo” in bright blue. Going to use it as my cover to my new body armor. God on the outside, kevlar from within…

  4. MrsMacD says:

    The >>Here<< link brought me to an amazon page that said, 'results not found'.

  5. MB says:

    Hmmm. Life and liberty are human rights. Health care, food and water are things you have to work to procure for yourself. If someone helps you procure these things, it’s called charity. To say that health care, food and water are human rights, it would follow then that someone is obligated to provide them for you. I find that problematic. Charity has to be an act of free will, or else it’s not charity; it’s more like slavery. Needless to say, I don’t think I’m going to be buying t-shirts from this guy. I don’t appreciate folks who muddy the moral water; they’re muddy enough.

  6. Suburbanbanshee says:

    I agree with MB. Obviously babies and helpless patients have a right not to be starved. But adults of sound mind and body?

    Some guy named Paul once said, “If you don’t work, you don’t eat,” and apparently that is a statement fully inspired by God. So either God is a meanie with no understanding of human rights, or ablebodied adults only have a right to go to the grocery and purchase available food at the offered price. If there is no work, obviously charity is a good plan and food stamps are nice. But it is a gift or a thing taxpayers fund, not a right.

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