Many young people are returning to Mass due to the Latin Mass. See why in this video!
In this video Trent examines Josh at Servus Christi’s arguments that Catholicism promotes a “false Jesus.”
Back in the 1970’s the then President of Steubenville University in Ohio, USA, Fr. Michael Scanlan, made an amazing prophesy that 45 years later seems as if it were written for our extraordinary times. Ralph Martin of Renewal Ministries recounts this prophesy and encourages us to trust completely in the divine providence of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Over 30 years ago, Renewal Ministries president Ralph Martin gave a series of talks that have proved to be remarkably prophetic. This is the fourth in that series.
The ‘Ways of the World’ vs. ‘God’s Way’ – God designed you on purpose and for a purpose. What is that purpose? This video helps you to think about how God helps you to discover your ‘mission’ through three ordinary methods: Legitimate Needs; Talents and Abilities; Deepest Desires.
Is there a perfect match—a soulmate—out there for you? Listen as Matt Fradd and Dr. Scott Hahn get real about the romanticized myth of soulmates. As Dr. Hahn says, “it’s like a counterfeit bill.”
Fr. Mark Goring reminds us all that despite all the chaos that is going on all around us, the most important thing we can do, is to develop our relationship with the Lord.
Homily by Fr. James Altman, on the persecution of Christians, holy saints, the apostles, and why so many clergy even today do not speak out against the injustices they see happening.
Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò has released a letter to President Trump warning him that the current crises over the coronavirus pandemic and the George Floyd riots are a part of the eternal spiritual struggle between the forces of good and evil. He encourages the president to continue the fight on behalf of the “children of light.”
Source: Ascension Presents via YouTube Throughout the Gospels Jesus says, “Remain in me” or “abide in me,” which—in simplified terms—means whatever you do, invite Jesus along. Ask him to “come with.” This is a way to grow in your relationship with him, but it’s also a smart thing to do…
The devil can do nothing on his own, but he can use your God-given gifts and talents against you.
The devil is prowling like a lion, looking for something or someone to devour. He does not create, he only corrupts the gifts God has given us. For example, God has given us freedom, and the devil tempts us to use that freedom against what is good.
Source: Bishop Robert Barron via YouTube An article by the Protestant pastor Timothy Keller offers “6 Principles for How to Argue When You Disagree” (https://bit.ly/2zUAZSu). In today’s “Word on Fire Show,” Bishop Barron and Brandon Vogt and walk through the article and discuss how we can have better conversations with…