Category Archives: Catholic History
… Living it in faith is a lot harder. There is no question, life is difficult. It’s challenging. It’s even more difficult to live it the way God wants us to live it. It’s so much easier to just do … Continue reading
A very good session on judgement of others and some excellent background and commentary on the Pachamoma controversy during the Amazon Synod. The first video is the entire episode of the program. The following videos skip to the topics listed … Continue reading
Beginning November 4. The first American Saint. Feast Day November 13.
Yes, we are surrounded by a great cloud of witnesses… “Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles, and let us run … Continue reading
“Are You Saved?” If you have never been asked this question, you will be. Many of our Protestant brothers and sisters in Christ believe that they are saved once and for all by 1) Accepting Jesus Christ as their personal … Continue reading
Matthew Leonard and Dr. Brant Pitre delve into some amazing insights into Catholic theology about Mary, focusing particularly on the Old Testament. This will absolutely transform your view of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Dr. Scott Hahn – The Treasure of Our Soul The Creed… And for my children and yours… Starting at 43:47
Wow… What an eye-opening talk! Amazing! Our Father, Who art in Heaven… In this lecture from our 2009 Deep in History conference, Dr. Scott Hahn examines the seven petitions of the Lord’s Prayer, and takes a look at why this … Continue reading
Blessed John Henry Newman is to be canonized on October 13, 2019. While you and I may never be formally canonized, we can become saints. In fact, God constantly invites us to become saints. Sainthood should be our main (only) … Continue reading
I don’t normally post these as a “post”, but this one really hit me… Former Southern Baptist Noel Culbertson tells how she found herself on the path to the Catholic Church. Hosted by Marcus Grodi. I can’t leave it at … Continue reading
“Stay with me, Lord! As poor as my soul is, I want it to be a place of consolation for you, a nest of love.” – St. Pio Prayer after Holy Communion
Please pray. It’s not that hard…