7 Reasons Fathers Should Practice Their Faith in Front of Their Kids

This article was originally written in 2019, but has been recycled for it’s relevance. Happy Father’s Day! I wear a lot of different hats when it comes to the daily or weekly grind, but none of those roles is more fulfilling than being a father to my three sons. At the same time, there is … Continued

The Ultimate Guide to Catholic Baptism

Got questions on Catholic baptisms? We’ve got answers! We’ve gathered the insights and knowledge of our experts in Catholic Faith formation for this guide, explaining everything you need to know about Catholic baptisms. Looking to learn: What a Catholic baptism is? The symbolism behind the sacrament? Why they’re so important to our faith? Why Catholics … Continued

The New Covenant and Hebrews

With the incarnation of Christ, mankind was able to gain entry into the New Covenant that had been alluded to by the prophets for centuries, as recorded in the Old Testament. n Finally, the long-awaited fulfillment of the Old Covenant had arrived, and perhaps nowhere better in the Bible is this described in detail than … Continued

Is Heaven Just Another Form of Consciousness?

What will happen to us after this earthly life? That’s a question for those born in the twenty-first century, or living over five thousand years ago. This thought process also goes for those that are Christians, Buddhists, or atheists entirely. While each individual may have his own ideas of what happens after death, not every … Continued

Do Christians and Muslims Worship the Same God?

As Catholic Christians, one of the most basic things we learn about God and about ourselves is that human beings are all made in the image and likeness of God. In this sense, we all belong to the same family, the human race. Through our baptism, we are then brought into an even closer union … Continued

Why Sts. Peter and Paul’s Day Is a Solemnity

The month of June is typically a very rich time in the liturgical life of the Church, especially this year. Depending on when Easter falls, June can contain the great feasts of Pentecost and Corpus Christi, as we saw in 2020. But we also celebrate such awesome solemnities as the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus … Continued

Fr. McGivney’s Road to Beatification

There are many aspects about our Catholic faith that are awesome, to say the least! Not only has our Lord and God condescended to become man, but he has also allowed us as adopted sons and daughters of the Father to share an intimate connection. This connection that each member of the Body of the … Continued

The Ultimate Guide to Marian Apparitions

How familiar are you with the twenty-six Church-approved Marian Apparitions? We’ve compiled information on all of the Marian apparitions within the Catholic Church to make this ultimate guide.   Do you want to: Understand what a Marian Apparition is? Learn the process the Church uses to approve them? Grow in your knowledge of the twenty-six Marian … Continued

The One True Church: Part 2

One of my favorite quotes from the Catechism of the Catholic Church comes from the mouth of St. Joan of Arc. The Catechism observes: “Christ and his Church thus together make up the ‘whole Christ’ (Christus totus). The Church is one with Christ. The saints are acutely aware of this unity:… A reply of St. … Continued

The One True Church: Part 1

When my wife and I were newlyweds and had just rented our first place, we were fortunate to find a friendly and vibrant parish nearby with a very evangelical pastor. Yes, he was Catholic! Maybe a better word would be “evangelistic”, and that’s because he understood the call our Lord Jesus gives us, reiterated by … Continued

In Mark’s Gospel the Divinity of Jesus Hides in Plain Sight

For many Christians, it’s no surprise that the Gospel of St. Mark is a favorite of the four accounts. Perhaps the reason is that it’s the shortest! Perhaps in confession, or in a homily, you’ve heard a priest tell you that you should make a concerted effort to read the Scriptures more, especially starting with … Continued

Bearing the Cross of Suspended Sacraments

The Easter season for 2020 will certainly go down in the history books as one of the oddest and heartbreaking seasons ever experienced. The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted our lives to say the least, but we as Catholic Christians can (and must) still have joy in our Lord. He has risen and he has trampled … Continued
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