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World Mission Sunday Catholic Extraordinary Missionary Month
Evangelization

Embrace Your Mission | Extraordinary Missionary Month

When people hear the word “missionary”, most people think of someone who travels to another country to share the Gospel,…

Gospel Reflection Catholic
Catholic Church

Obedience and Thanksgiving | Liturgy Live 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time

This week on the podcast we talk about the O word, yes the word that sends some into a fit…

In the Latin Rite of the Catholic Church, there is a liturgical battle brewing between two allowed postures of the priest: ad orientem and versus populum.

The Modern Liturgical Battle Brewing Among Catholics

Context of the Controversy In the Latin Rite of the Catholic Church, there is a liturgical battle brewing between two…

Gospel Reflection Catholic
Evangelization

See the Poor | Liturgy Live 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time

This week on the podcast we talk about needing to be present to the poor. In the first reading we…

The Divine Plan: St. John Paul II, Ronald Reagan, and the end of the Cold War Movie Review Catholic
Recommended Movies

The Divine Plan: JPII, Ronald Reagan, And the Cold War

The Divine Plan is a film by Robert Orlando, played across the United States in theaters only on November 6,…

Why Be Catholic?
Apologetics

50 Reasons To Be Catholic

The world will attempt to give you infinite reasons to not to be Catholic, but in reality, there are infinite…

10 Interesting Facts That You Probably Didn't Know About The Catholic Church
Apologetics

10 Interesting Facts That You Probably Didn’t Know About The Catholic Church

“You will recognize them by their fruits. Are grapes gathered from thorn bushes, or figs from thistles? So, every healthy…

Catholic Sacred Music
Catholic Church

A 2000-Year Tradition: Is The Church In Danger Of Losing It?

What is Sacred Music? Maybe you know! Maybe you think you know. Maybe you have no idea. What does the…

St. John Chyrsostom

Sin Is A Wound; Repentance Is A Medicine

Do not be ashamed to enter again into the Church. Be ashamed when you sin. Do not be ashamed when…

A Doctor Of The Church Explains The Trinity

All that the Father is, we see revealed in the Son; all that is the Son’s is the Father’s also;…

St. Rose of Lima

The Purpose of Struggles According To St. Rose

Without the burden of afflictions it is impossible to reach the height of grace. The gift of grace increases as…

Prayer Knocks, Fasting Obtains, Mercy Receives

There are three things, my brethren, by which faith stands firm, devotion remains constant, and virtue endures. They are prayer,…

St. Boniface

The Church Is Like A Great Ship | St. Boniface Quotes

The Church is like a great ship being pounded by the waves of life’s different stresses. Our duty is not…

His Heart Beats For Us In A Small Tabernacle And Floods Us With…

In the heart of Jesus, which was pierced, the kingdom of heaven and the land of earth are bound together….

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…