Category Archives: Catholic History
Protestants claim the Bible disproves the Catholic dogma of Mary’s Bodily Assumption in 1 Corinthians 15:22-23. But is this true? Karlo Broussard gives reasons why the answer is no. Bodily assumption into Heaven is not contrary to Scripture – it’s … Continue reading
The U.S. cardinal says disorientation and error have entered into the Church “in a diabolical way,” but encourages Catholics to remain steadfast in the faith as well as courageous and serene, knowing Christ’s victory is “already written.” Click here to … Continue reading
Yes, Hell is real. Yes, there are a LOT of people there! No, being a “nice person” will not keep you out of Hell. No, you really DO NOT want to go there. No, you really Do Not want your … Continue reading
Eucharistic Miracle of Buenos Aires This short video recounts the story of the amazing Eucharistic Miracle that happened in Argentina in 1996 in the Parish of St. Mary. For many Christians, Holy Communion is a symbolic ritual, but Catholics believe … Continue reading
Sorrowful Mysteries: (Tuesdays and Fridays) The Agony In The Garden The Scourging At The Pillar The Crowning With Thorns The Carrying Of The Cross The Crucifixion The Sorrowful Mysteries (Tuesday and Friday) The Agony In The Garden: Lk 22:39-46 “Then … Continue reading
Paul says in 1 Corinthians 1:17 that Christ did not send him to baptize. Does this mean that baptism is not necessary for salvation? Karlo Broussard gives the reason why the answer is no and explains what Paul meant.
Most Catholics are familiar with the Fatima Prayer given to Lucia, Jacinta and Francisco at Fatima. However, many Catholics are not aware that they received more prayers than just the “Fatima” or Decade prayer. And then there are those of … Continue reading
“Error may flourish for a time, but truth will prevail in the end. The only effect of error ultimately is to promote truth.” — John Henry Cardinal Newman
Translation makes a BIG difference, particularly in Sacred Scripture. This article opens up a whole meaning to the Lord’s Prayer that most people don’t know about. Most folks, when praying the Lord’s Prayer, simply assume that the phrase “our daily … Continue reading
Begins today… One Mass, three days…
Welcome to Holy Week! Each year, the Church celebrates the entire week before Easter Sunday. We are all familiar with the various celebrations and customs associated with with this week, but do we know how they came about? Our Sunday … Continue reading
How do you respond to a person who asks you if you are born again? Steve Ray gives us a pretty good idea. Awesome.