Beginning of Holiness

According to Blessed Mother Teresa, PRAYER leads to ONENESS WITH GOD which leads to HOLINESS.

[Video] A Digital Re-Telling of the Nativity Story

How social media, web and mobile would tell the story of the Nativity. The Christmas story told through Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google, Wikipedia, Google Maps, GMail, Foursquare, Amazon...

What Is The Rosary?

Father Michael shares insights on the origins of The Rosary.

Gospel Reflection For July 14, 2019 – Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary...

We are called to be people of mercy. Listen to Father Burns reflect on the Gospel for the Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Whose Side Would You Take?

We shouldn't take sides based on who is able to play the underdog best. Instinctually, we want to choose the side of the "weak", But often, strength is a sign of virtue and weakness is a sign of intemperance.

Elvis Sings “The Miracle of the Rosary”

On May 15, 1971, Elvis Presley recorded  “The Miracle of the Rosary” for inclusion on his album "Elvis Now!". Though he was a man faith, he was raised in the evangelical Assemblies of God denomination, so singing a quintessentially Catholic song makes little sense.

Is the Devil Real?

Is the devil a made-up literary device used to sell more Bibles? Find out on today's episode of Made for Glory.

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.

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?"

Gospel Reflection For March 17, 2019 – The Second Sunday of...

The Lenten season trains our spirits, trains our flesh, and moves us toward the eternal realities. Father Burns reflects on the Gospel Readings for the First Sunday of Lent.

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