The So-Called “Jesus Wife” Papyrus Shown To Be Forgery

Despite recent claims of ancient origin, document matched to known forgery, shown to be in dialect and style incompatible with supposed origin date.

The Reason Vatican City Has the Highest “Crime Rate” in the...

Vatican City, formally known as the Vatican City State, is the country located in the city of Rome. How can the tiniest nation in the world, holding sites of immense religious value such as the Saint Peter's Basilica and the Sistine Chapel, have the highest crime rate in the world?

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...

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"

What is Vocation?

So often the word vocation can seem intimidating or something that we run away from. Sometimes when I say the word people respond with,...

Dancing Polish Nuns Go Viral

Ahead of World Youth Day 2016 in Krakow, Poland, a video a dancing Polish nuns has gone viral. Nuns from the same order as Saint Faustina Kowalska can be seen setting up an image of The Divine Mercy of Jesus on a beach and performing a joyful, coordinated dance around it.

Catholic Men Are Lost In The Modern Desert. Here’s What Every...

Technology, media, pornography, societal pressure, laziness, poor diet, and apathy has left behind soft men when the Church and the world need strong men.

The Great Equalizer: How the Sacraments Make Us All Equal

Even during such times when Black and White Catholics failed to worship together in the same pews, the sacraments transcended these differences.

The Average Thanksgiving Meal Is 4,500 Calories – Heres How That...

As we count our blessings during this Thanksgiving season, far too often do we forget what the spirit of the holiday truly is - a time not only for thanks, but for giving back as well. If we have the means, we are called in God's name to help others.

Three Indulgences You Can Receive During the Easter Triduum

According to the Catechism, an indulgence is a remission of the temporal punishment associated with sin. Here are three indulgences available that you can...

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