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Catholic Father's Day Gift Guide

Jun 12, 2020 By Whitney Hetzel | 0 Comments

When I was a boy of fourteen, my father was so ignorant I could hardly stand to have the old man around. But when I got to be twenty-one, I was astonished at how much he had learned in seven years.
—Mark Twain

Father's Day is the opportunity to show our dads how much we truly appreciate them. 

I've put together a gift guide (gathered from our staff favorites) for your father or grandfather (or husband!). Click any of the links to see some great Father's Day gifts!

Make It Personal

Here are a few suggestions for men's personalized gifts. You can find more here.


St. Benedict bottle opener
Find all of our great personalized bottle openers here

For Dads Who Travel

Find a Unique Gift that He Will Use and Love

Does your dad like to cook or to grill? 

Here are some perfect aprons for Dads:  

Here are some great Catholic socks for Dad. (Kids will love these and they, too, can find a pair - right here). 

They'll knock (all your other) socks off!

Get Dad a Book for Spiritual Reading and Inspiration

Dads are busy, and often under a lot of stress. Give your dad a spiritual gift this Father's Day to help him grow close to Christ and find peace in God his Heavenly Father!


Give your Dad a Rosary this Father's Day

Father Donald Calloway said, “The forces of darkness in the world today threaten the very foundations of human civilization, but they are no match for the power of the rosary.”

Help your dad draw near to the Blessed Mother by giving him a beautiful rosary! Here are many wonderful rosaries that are perfect for dads!

The following are a few of our favorites:


We hope your dad (or husband) has a wonderful Father's Day! God bless!



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Whitney Hetzel Whitney Hetzel

Whitney Hetzel is a wife, mother of nine children, homeschooler, and catechist. Passionate about her Catholic faith and physical fitness, she trains for marathons and triathlons and blogs at 9kidfitness.com to help other women stay healthy and fit while juggling the demands and joys of domestic life.

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