Bishop Robert Barron writes: “Friends, the work of the Church depends on the collaboration of every believer, all of us working together. Scandals have led to suspicion—but this is a great tragedy. Instead, we must learn how to reach out to one another with special care and consideration”.
In this short video, Fr. Mark Goring quotes from Proverbs Chapter 3:5 – ‘Trust in the Lord, with all your heart, and do not rely on your own intelligence”. We are not to cling to our own desires, insights or ways of doing or wanting things done. The Lord will do things in his own mysterious way. So, ‘chill, God is in charge’.
The president of the Population Research Institute, Steven Mosher, discusses everything Catholics need to know about Communist China, the Church in China, the persecution of the Church and the Vatican’s secret agreement with Beijing.
Source: Bishop Robert Barron via YouTube Terror on Every Side — Bishop Barron’s Sunday Sermon Friends, what do we see in Jeremiah’s preaching and prophesying? That being a spokesperson for God can be a terrible task—yet it’s wonderful. It is the worst possible thing—but your heart would burst if you…
We’re all hyper-distracted, pulled in so many directions from our phones, to TV, to social media. We’re plagued by notifications, texts, pings, and alerts. Why do we put up with all these distractions? How can we avoid them? Bishop Barron shares how to fight back and find pleasure in “useless things.”
In this episode of Bible Study with Aquinas, Matt Fradd takes a look at what Thomas Aquinas has to say about John 16:29-33
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Many young people are returning to Mass due to the Latin Mass. See why in this video!
During Christmas Day Mass in Poland, a Consecrated Host fell to the floor. It was recovered and placed in a container with water. Soon, red stains began to appear. Testing revealed fibers of human heart muscle; and after reviewing the finding, the Vatican approved its exposition for veneration.
The Anointing of the Sick is an incredible sacrament with various uses and bestowing four benefits from God. Unfortunately, most Catholics don’t grasp all that it offers, diminishing it to merely the last thing one does before they die, waiting until the moment of death. This practice needs to change.
What does Jesus mean when he says that his disciples will do greater works than he has done in John 14:12? Dr. Brant Pitre discusses this in this video taken from the Mass Readings Explained for the 5th Sunday of Easter in Year A.
As we know, random changes and unguided natural processes routinely succeed in assembling functional equipment for a range of uses. Wait…it doesn’t work that way?