In the midst of the tumultuous 4th century, God raised up a smart and holy priest from the church of Alexandria, Athanasius. Near the beginning of his long career of defending the orthodoxy of the Church, he wrote a little book, On the Incarnation, vigorously defending the core truths of the Gospel: the divinity of Christ, the humanity of Christ, the logic of the cross, the historicity of the resurrection, etc.
Scholars have long disputed where to place Eden on a map of today, but the Book of Genesis gives some clues.
We owe, in large part, the preservation of this Gregorian Chant to the monks of Solesmes Abbey.
The life of the first African-American Catholic Priest in America, Fr. Augustus Tolton, is an amazing story that reflects the pain, struggles, determination, and heroic triumph of so many African-Americans.
During World War II, after the Allied forces invaded Italy, Adolf Hitler plotted a secret plan to kidnap Venerable Pope Pius XII.
In a new commercial for the Christmas season, Amazon Prime shows "two old friends meet for a cup of tea and discover they share a problem."
Seattle QB Russell Wilson found out on the PBS show “Finding Your Roots” that he is descended from the Catholic Patron Saint of Beer
If you’ve ever been to the Vatican, or even looked through books of sacred art, you’ll notice that there is quite a bit of nudity. But that hasn’t always been the case.
While many Protestants claim that the devotion to, and veneration of, Our Lady is a novelty developed by Papists in the Middle Ages, nothing can be further from the truth. An ancient prayer to the Blessed Virgin Mary, the...
For the many things HBO's "Young Pope" gets wrong, one thing it gets right is Pius XIII's relationship with women.