About Us
Posted by Ian Rutherford on 07 July 2017 11:12 AM

Rutherford Family

Aquinas and More Catholic Goods is located in Fort Collins, CO. We carry thousands of products ranging from books and videos to chalices and church furnishings.

The store was started by Ian Rutherford in 2002 and is owned and run by his family and friends.

The store name comes from two famous Catholic saints, Thomas Aquinas and Thomas More. The ox head in our logo is a symbol of St. Thomas Aquinas who was called “The Dumb Ox” because he was a very quiet student, and rather large.

Our store is online only but returns and correspondence can be sent to:

Aquinas and More Catholic Goods
1331 Red Cedar Cir.
Fort Collins, CO 80524

To create a ticket with customer service, please visit our help system.

To contact us by phone or fax: 719-495-7493, 866-428-2820

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Comments (6)
20 May 2011 06:40 AM
Hi. I live in England and ordered some books from you taht I have not been able to see or buy. So, imagine by delight t finding them on youe site! 4 minature book of saints. I read these as a child and now my daughter has done the same! The service was excellent, considering the distance and exchange rate from English to American! Thank you so much. Regards Veronica
Betty Arnold
25 May 2011 10:56 PM
I don't know if I've contacted you before, but we're also a large Catholic family with our own business. My husband was the Creative Director for St. Joseph Communications before he got "downsized". He still produces DVDs for SJC as well as for our business. We have clips of all our products on our website: We're hoping you will consider carrying our products. We're also interested in getting our CDs into downloadable formats, so we'll be contacting you directly soon. Thanks for your consideration. God bless, Betty Arnold
Karen Witte
26 May 2011 06:06 PM
I just recieved my sons graduation present. I ordered him a St. Michael pendant w/ the Marines on the back. It is so much more beautiful than the picture. I am so very very happy that my son will be wearing this as he leaves to serve our country.
Paul Poulin
12 January 2012 09:51 AM
I am happy to report that I received the long awaited Saint Joseph Sunday missal with all the new changes therein. At first glance it appears to be well, WELL worth the wait. There must be something about the smell of the leather zippered cover that I like. Old Cradle Catholics seem to like the "bells and smells" eh? The Luminous Mysteries are also included. My "retired" St. Joseph missal did not have them. Thank you for your patience with my e-mails as I wondered if Catholic Book Publishing was ever going to ship. Put me on your satisfied customer list.
Janet Brennan
29 March 2012 02:36 PM
I am so happy to have found your site and your “no China” policy while shopping for a rosary for my daughter. I am appalled by the goings on in China, and have had a personal "embargo" in operation for many years. Shopping is a nightmare, and usually there is a huge risk in on-line shopping. Although I am used to paying more for items that are not made in China, I found a beautiful rosary that I’m sure my daughter will love for a very reasonable price! Thank you so much for going that extra mile and then some.
Patricia Saporito-Murdock
05 June 2012 08:37 AM
I when looking for a Saint Patricia Medal and this is were I found it, and now I have a U.S.C.G./Saint Michael Medal due here , Thank You for having everything I'M LOOKING FOR.
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