What Faith and Science Have in Common

Considering the origins of science are exclusively traced to monotheistic civilizations, they probably have a lot in common? Watch Brian Holdsworth’s video commentary on what faith and science have in common.

Did You Know Disney Animated A Beautiful Prayer To Our Lady?

Nearly 77 years ago, the first screening of the Walt Disney feature film Fantasia took place in the Broadway Theatre of New York. Since its opening night, it has gone down as a pinnacle of animation. It's final segment includes a beautiful animated prayer to Our Lady.

Gospel Reflection For January 6, 2018 – Feast of the Epiphany

Jesus has a magnetic draw, and because of Him, so do you. Father Burns reflects on the Gospel Readings for the Feast of the Epiphany.

The World’s Biggest Bible Study

Father Michael offers insight into just how scripturally rich the Mass is. He also talks about the universal experience of every Catholic as they attend Mass.

Pope Pius XII and St. Peter’s Tomb

Under the nose of the Nazis, Pope Pius XII excavates below St. Peter's Basilica to discover St. Peter's Tomb.  

Filled With Joy, Yet Burdened With Sadness

A Lenten Reflection by Br. Casey Cole of Breaking In The Habit for March 25, 2018.

Why Does the Catholic Bible Have More Books?

Why Does the Catholic Bible Have More Books? Or should the real question be "Why do Protestant Bibles have fewer books?"

Why Invite Someone to Mass?

In this first video on our series about "The Mass", Father Michael answers the question, "Why Invite Someone to Mass?" by revealing it's importance.

The Story of St. Josephine Bakhita

A video about the life of St. Josephine Bakhita and her struggle to find freedom from slavery and racism.

Why Confess Your Sins To A Priest?

Why Confess Your Sins to a Priest? Isn't Christ the only mediator between man and God?

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