Vincent Frankini

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Vincent Frankini
🏳️ Nationality
💼 Occupation
Business owner
Owner of Tumblar House Catholic Bookstore

Vincent Frankini is the current owner of Tumblar House, a heavily renowned online Catholic bookstore[1] which pulls in millions of dollars in revenue every year[2]who also manages the Tumblar House YouTube Channel which creates podcasts with Charles A. Coulombe every Monday.


Vincent graduated from Westwood College with a degree in Business Marketing. He manages and helps bring books to publication for many authors such as Coulombe. In his mid-20s he started working for a traditional Catholic bookstore called Catholic Treasures and eventually joined Tumblar House which is run by his brother Stephen Frankini in 2007.[3]

Tumblar House[edit]

After the departure of Stephen Frankini from Tumblar House, Vincent had become the manager of Tumblar House. Vincent used his new position to expand Tumblar House into a renowned Catholic bookstore which became the forefront of Charles A. Coulombe's and William L. Biersach's books. Tumblar House had been recommended by multiple Catholic websites such as Church Militant and YouTubers as an invaluable resource for the Catholic Faith.[4][citation needed]. Eventually, he created a YouTube channel which was used to initially post the talks that William L. Biersach and Charles A. Coulombe had in St. Therese's Church in Alhambra. After a while, a podcast titled "Off the Menu" was created starring Vincent and Charles where they discussed various topics such as politics, religion, and the Catholic Faith.


  1. PM, Gina Marinello-Sweeney11/25/2018 3:00:11. "Online Catholic Bookstore Tumblar House Provides a Counter-Cultural Alternative for the Faithful". Catholic365. Retrieved 2021-01-25.
  2. "Owler: Tumblar House". Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  3. "About Us". Tumblar House. Retrieved 2021-01-25.
  4. "Church Militant Store". Retrieved 2021-01-25.

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