A new desktop image for the end of September.

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Herewith the last screensaver from Loyola press for the month of September.

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  1. I am a small publisher of Catholic novels – Catacombs Press (formerly Lyons Den Publishing), based in Los Angeles.

    I have a title, The Fatima Code, that I am offering to you as a complimentary review copy . We would be very grateful if you or others you know may read it.

    The Fatima Code is a play on Noah’s Ark … Only this time it’s Mary’s Ark – How the Church survives a global attack coordinated by the world’s elites. The overall plot of The Fatima Code is driven by Saint Montfort’s True Devotion. The author uses the end-times novel formula as a stage from which to promote the True Devotion to Catholics today.

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    • Hello Kevin,
      I am not advertising on this blog for the time being. Thank you for the link, I will follow it up and look at your book. Has it been seen by the Vatican?

      Sincerely,
      1Catholicsalmon

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