Porn And The Curse Of Total Sexual Freedom

Pornography has produced an army of young men who are incapable of normal and satisfying sexual activity with real human beings.

Dragons to Slay: A Vocations Talk

And there are dragons, my brothers. Don’t let folks tell you they are but fairy tales. Dragons exist, and I’ll tell you where, and how they do shortly. It takes a child like faith to recognize them, and the strength of a Christian warrior to defeat them.

Did Pius XII Prophesy About a “Church Which Remains Silent and...

A "church which remains silent and weakens the Law of God" is the price for tolerance by the Secular State, warned Pope Venerable Pius XII 70 years ago.

Did Jesus Really Rise From the Dead?

Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead? This is perhaps the most compelling evidence that would stand up in a modern court of law.

The Miraculous Story Behind the Shoulder Wound of Jesus

I had on My Shoulder while I bore My Cross on the Way of Sorrows, a grievous Wound which was more painful than the others, and which is not recorded by men.

Attending My First Latin Mass

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

The Catholic Origins of Veterans Day

In accordance with an old Catholic tradition, the official armistice that ended "The Great War" or World War I, was signed on the feast of Saint Martin during the 11th hour.

Saint Michael And The Archangels: The Mighty Ones Of God

Angels are spiritual beings who enjoy the vision of God and are fully prepared to execute His will. The Bible only mentions the names of three angels: Saint Gabriel, St Michael, and Saint Raphael.

uCatholic Was The Victim Of A Theft (Here’s How You Can...

On Sunday, June 18 our computers, iPad, and other tech equipment were stolen while we were on a trip to Chicago! We rely on these tools to continue sharing all the things that we do, like Daily Mass Readings, Catholic Saint of the Day, Daily Prayer Requests, News, Blogs, and so much more!

Pope’s Intention For February 2016: Care for Creation

"That we may take good care of creation–a gift freely given–cultivating and protecting it for future generations."

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