A Grand Opening

Yes, we are open!

We have been blessed to be surrounded by the prayers and support of friends and family as we worked toward the grand opening of  our store: Credo: Catholic Books, Goods & More and our website www.credocatholic.com. Like any new venture, we are learning as we grow. After weeks and months of answering the question, “When are you opening?” with “soon, soon!” — we are pleased to be able to announce that the storefront opened quietly and stealthily.   We needed a manageable first few months to iron out the kinks in the point of sale system (we are, after all, new to the retail world), inventory stocking process and learning how to re-order quickly.  We are almost all the way there, with DVDs, Spanish Language Materials and audio books being some of the newest additions.  And, with our recently aired interview on Relevant Radio Austin 970am and our Parish book fairs, we have started the process of officially standing on the mountain top and letting the world know that we are here, we are real, we are authentically Catholic and we are committed to providing an experience and not just a “shop.”

We are open, both at the storefront and on the web.  We are adding literally hundreds of items every week and are already heartily stocked for Holy Week, Easter, First Communion and Confirmation–in both English and Spanish.  Please remember, all of our books and hand-made religious goods are available at the store and here online.  As we grow, all of our other items that are already at the shop (candles, medals, crucifixes, wall art, posters, incense, statuary, chains, church supplies, holy cards, bumper stickers and a host of others) will be added online as well.  Come by the store and check us out, or surf the site and find what you like!  We thank God you are here.

We are open Monday-Friday, 10am to 6pm (though the doors are usually open before 9) and Saturdays 10am to 3pm.  We are closed Sundays, Holy Days and most Holidays.   During Holy Week, we are closed Holy Thursday through Easter Monday (re-opening Easter Tuesday).  Credo.  Do you?