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What goods does the EWTN catalogue offer?

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The Eternal Word Television Network, or EWTN, catalog sells a variety of items related to Catholic belief and practice, including art, books, children’s items, crucifixes, jewelry, DVDs and music, rosaries, specialty items and statues. Customers can also use the catalogue to subscribe to the National Catholic Register newspaper.

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Most of EWTN’s art depicts religious figures and events. The collection includes traditional style icons and plaques designed for teens and young adults. The book section of the catalog features Catholic classics such as “Summa Theologica” by Sanit Thomas Aquinas and “Fundamentals of Catholic Dogma” by Ludwig Ott, as well as popular writings by more recent Catholic authors. The catalog also includes religion series aimed at Catholic elementary and high school students.

The multimedia department covers music, audio talks and lectures, movies, and recordings of various ETWN television programs. The music featured is almost all Christian, but covers a spectrum of liturgical, classical and popular music. Artists range from Carmel religious to Dana. Among the catalog's classics are its collection of audio and video recordings of Mother Angelica, the founder of EWTN, and recordings of popular Catholic speaker and teacher Fr. Robert Barron. A limited number of multimedia items are also available in Spanish.

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