Some priests are talking like characters in a storybook. But others are sounding like they’re real.
The Coronavirus pandemic is playing out more like an apocalypse than a virus pandemic. What should Catholics actually be doing during this trial?
Joy and thanksgiving seem like corny, melodramatic words. But they have a deep and rich importance in our human experience, and it’s important to grow in our understanding of them, and to express them in our life. Thanksgiving All good things are of God. Every good thing. Every thing that is good in our lives
The Church is always in need of rebuilding and renewal. The Apostles were scattered at Gethsemane; only John, and the Holy Virgin were present at the cross. So many disciples abandoned Jesus when the Word was too difficult for them to accept on that day that Our Lord said “If you do not eat the
Yesterday I talked about how a modern Catholic “civil war” is leaving us, and all mankind, weak, confused, and vulnerable to the assault of the ancient enemy on mankind. This Catholic civil war is being fought between three main camps within the Church; Political Catholics, Traditionalists, and Modernist. I talked about political Catholicism in that
This is probably the one statement or question I hear most often in my experience in evangelization and apologetics. Coming in several forms, wrapped in a variety of moral claims, it goes something like this… “I don’t have to go to mass to be a good person.” Alternatively, “Yeah, I/He/She/They don’t go to mass, but