The Lourdes Hymn (Immaculate Mary)

Immaculate Mary, thy praises we sing; Who reignest in splendor with Jesus our King. Ave, ave, ave, Maria! Ave, ave, Maria!
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Gospel Reflection For December 16, 2018 – Third Sunday of Advent

When you find success, always exalt the Lord Jesus. Father Burns reflects on the Gospel Readings for the Third Sunday of Advent.
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Should Catholic Priests Be Allowed To Get Married?

In this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys are joined by Fr. Justin Fletcher, a married Catholic priest, to discuss priestly celibacy and whether or not priests should be allowed to get married.
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7 Amazing Archaeology Finds That Support The Bible

On this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys dig into history and explore amazing discoveries that archaeologists have found that support the Bible!
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What Will The Catholic Church Be Like In The Year 2120...

On this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys discuss what the Catholic Church will be like 100 years in the future. Will it be a small persecuted remnant or will the Church be founding parishes in space?
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Should These Pre-Vatican II Catholic Traditions Be Brough Back?

On this episode of The Catholic Talk Show the guys sample and rank Trappist beers while discussing Catholic monasticism.

[Video] The Story of Our Lady of Guadalupe

On December 9, Our Lady appeared to a poor Indian named Cuauhtlatohuac, who  was baptized and given the name Juan Diego. The lady spoke to...

Veni, Veni, Emmanuel (Oh Come, Oh Come, Emmanuel)

"Veni Veni Emmanuel" (Oh Come, Oh Come, Emmanuel" in English) is one of the most solemn Advent hymns. The melody may perhaps be a old Jewish-Christian Hanuka liturgy chant from the 5th century. It is believed that the final form of the traditional music stems from a 15th Century French processional for Franciscan nuns, but it may also have 8th Century Gregorian origins. . The text is based on the biblical prophecy from Isaiah 7:14 that states that God will give Israel a sign that will be called "Emmanuel" meaning "God With Us".
Why I Love Religion, And Love Jesus

Why I Love Religion, And Love Jesus

A response to the video "Why I Hate Religion, But Love Jesus". The purpose of this video is to do a response from a...
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10 Things You Might Not Know About Catholics

There are 1.1 billion Catholics in the world, even though there are so many of us, our religion remains a little mysterious and often misunderstood to the rest of the world. Here are 10 Things You Might Not Know about Catholics.

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