Why Did Padre Pio Say This “Secret Weapon” Prayer Every Day?

The legendary mystic and stigmatic Padre Pio was distinctly known for his devout prayer life, calling it the best weapon we possess, the key that opens the heart of God. Why did Padre Pio say this "secret weapon" prayer ever day?

Watch: Screaming Man Interrupts Mass, Rushes Altar During Live TV Mass

During a live television broadcast of Sunday morning Mass by EWTN, a man screaming profanities rushed the altar, interrupting the priest during Communion.

The Secret To Sparking A Catholic Renewal

By: Caitlin Bootsma The scandals hit this summer. Again. “What can the Church do to fix this?”, we thought. We, along with the rest of the...

Attending My First Latin Mass

Brian Holdsworth talks about his experience of attending his first Latin Mass.

The Father of the Big Bang Theory Given Credit With Official...

Known as the "Father of the Big Bang Theory," Georges Lemaître was given credit for his proposal of an expanding universe with an official renaming of the theory.

Soul Cakes: The Holy Inspiration For Trick-Or-Treating

These pastries originating in Pre-Reformation, Catholic England were made for All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day, to give to the needy in remembrance of the dead.

Should Catholics Believe in Ghosts?

Phantoms and poltergeists, spirits and specters. Ghosts by many a name, the souls of the dead trying to communicate with the living. Do Catholics really believe in ghosts, and what does the Church have to say on the matter?

Exorcism & The Supernatural In The Catholic Church

Do Catholic Priests really encounter head spinning demons during an exorcism? What does the Catholic Church teach about Ghosts & Demons? Which recent Pope did the famed exorcist consider the most powerful exorcist?

The Oldest Surviving Images of Jesus Christ

Distinctly absent from the four Gospels or any book of the New Testament are descriptions of Jesus in any detail. Nevertheless, Catholic tradition has...

The Catholic Origins of Halloween

Halloween's origins are, in fact, very Christian. Halloween falls on October 31 because of a Pope, and its observances are the result of medieval Catholic piety.

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