15 Everyday Sayings That Come From The Bible

You might be surprised how many of the things you say have their roots in scripture. Here are some examples of everyday sayings that come from the Bible

Mark Wahlberg Posts Video Calling For Vocations To The Catholic Priesthood

“I’m blessed to have many wonderful priests in my life. I want my children and future generations to have good priests in their lives just like I had.”

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...

Poland’s Salt Cathedral: The World’s Largest Underground Church

This is the story of Saint Kinga and the world's largest church benearth the earth carved completely out of salt, Poland's Underground Salt Cathedral.

The Catholic Origin of Crossing Your Fingers

We cross our fingers or say "fingers crossed" for good luck. As children, we may have crossed our fingers behind our back when telling a white lie to our parents, or when we were making a promise to a friend we didn't intend to keep. How did we come to start crossing our fingers?

Did You Know? The Oldest Country in the World Was Founded...

A testament to the Faith and Word of God is seen in the enduring and everlasting strength of the Church. While the oldest institution today is the Catholic Church, could you believe that the oldest surviving country today was also founded by a Catholic Saint almost 1,700 years ago?

Why The Fidget Spinner Is A Terrible Analogy For The Holy...

Bad analogies for the Trinity are everywhere, and they give people a false understanding of the nature of God.

Many Elderly Retired Priests and Sisters Face An Uncertain Life –...

Catholic priests, religious sisters, and other religious men and women selflessly dedicate their lives to the Church and serve the people of God in...

How The First Sunday of Lent Inspired The Piñata

When you mention a Piñata, the first thing you likely think of a child's birthday party and kids scrambling like mad to collect the candy the burst from it. But the piñata actually originated with a Catholic tradition tied to the First Sunday of Lent.

Jews & Muslims Don’t Eat Pork, But Christians Do. Here’s Why…

Of the 3 major monotheistic faiths of the world - Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, only Christians consume pork, while the others consider it "unclean" or "haram"

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