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Apologetics

Why Should an Evangelical Become Catholic? 6 Historical & Theological Arguments

Ecumenism is the movement and attitude by which we dialogue with other Christians so that they might, through prayer and…

judgmental
Controversial Subjects

Why Catholics Not Only Can Be, but *Should Be* Judgmental

One of the great Catholic writers of the last century, G.K. Chesterton, poured out ink (by pen and typewriter and…

persecution
God & Mystery of Evil

Are You Prepared to Face Persecution? A Thought Experiment (Especially for Catechists!)

Did you ever wish that the The Sound of Music was real? The heroes /heroines, the nuns saving lives, the…

Job
God & Mystery of Evil

6 Spiritual Lessons I Learned From the Book of Job

If you haven’t read this Old Testament book, you’ve missed out on a major part of the Jewish spiritual understanding…

Christian Persecution Middle East
Prayer

2 Powerful Things You Can Do If You Feel Helpless About the Plight of Persecuted Christians

It’s very often not the case that we simply don’t care about our persecuted Christian brothers and sisters across the…

Marriage monogamy
Controversial Subjects

Is Monogamy Outdated and Overrated? This Viral Wedding Photo Responds

There is a widespread presumption today that the Catholic Church’s vision of marriage is antiquated and in need of an…

Apologetics

Did You Know That the Middle Ages Were in Fact “Brilliant”? 8 Interesting Facts You Probably Didn’t Know

Many believe that the Middles Ages were Dark Ages, a black abyss that divided the classical Greek and Roman antiquity…

catholic pope francis meets astronauts in space
Evangelization

Watch Pope Francis Talk With These Astronauts Aboard The International Space Station

On Thursday, six astronauts aboard the International Space Station had the opportunity to speak with Pope Francis in a video…

Jacques Philippe

What If God Asks Me To Do The Impossible? Fr. Jacques Philippe Responds

As we have seen, there is sometimes a big difference between what God is actually asking of us, and what…

Simone Weil

Imaginary Evil is Romantic and Varied, Imaginary Good is Boring

Imaginary evil is romantic and varied; real evil is gloomy, monotonous, barren, boring. Imaginary good is boring; real good is…

Only wonder can comprehend God’s incomprehensible power.

Only wonder can comprehend his incomprehensible power.

Why Do We Struggle to See God? How Can We Open Our Eyes?

Seeds in a pomegranate cannot see objects outside its rind, because they are inside. Similarly human beings who are enclosed…

Pope Francis

Poverty Is Above All A Call To Follow Jesus

Let us never forget that, for Christ’s disciples, poverty is above all a call to follow Jesus in his own poverty. …

Benedict XVI

Yes to the Dignity and Beauty of Marriage, No to “Gender” Philosophies

The Church reaffirms her great “yes” to the dignity and beauty of marriage as an expression of the faithful and…

Fulton Sheen

“Christ said, not a single iota of the truth He gave was to be changed”

“Christ said, not a single iota of the truth He gave was to be changed, then by what right do…

St. Anthony the Abbot

A Time is Coming When People Will Go Mad and Common Sense Will Fade

A time is coming when people will go mad, and when they meet someone who is not mad, they will…