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”.
Catholic teaching on a range of topics.
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’.
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…
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
Once in speaking on the Holy Trinity with St. Teresa of Jesus in the parlor of Carmelite monastery in Avila, St. John of the Cross levitated off the ground. Once, when this same saintly friar was called to exorcize a nun possessed by the devil, the timing happen to land on the eve of this holy feast day. It was about one o’clock when the little friar, John of the Cross, began the solemn prayers of exorcism, but the devil resisted and the hour of vespers came round before the fiend could be driven out. The nuns and the clergy retired to the chapel to chant this hour of the Divine Office…
Tim Staples answers a caller who asks why the early Church did not include the Book of Enoch in the Bible.
The Kingdom of Heaven is a theme that Jesus talks quite a lot about in his public ministry. But what is the Kingdom of Heaven like and, perhaps just as important, how do you get into the Kingdom of Heaven?
Today we’ll take a look at what Thomas Aquinas has to say about the parable of the hidden treasure found in Matthew
I would like to draw particular attention to a remarkable passage in this encyclical, namely section 17, in which Paul VI plays the prophet and lays out, clearly and succinctly, what he foresees as consequences of turning away from the Church’s classic teaching on sex.
Jesus instructed his followers to “call no man father on earth, for you have one Father, who is in heaven” (Mt. 23:9). How are we to understand the meaning of this command? Jimmy Akin explains..
According to Wikipedia, Joan of Arc, nicknamed “The Maid of Orléans”, is considered a heroine of France for her role during the Lancastrian phase of the Hundred Years’ War, and was canonized as a Roman Catholic saint. In this video, we hear how she foretold of a great defeat for France against the English, and how she could lead France to victory, which she did, only to be betrayed by the very people she had fought for – thus imitating in her life, Christ’s betrayal by Judas.
The Holy Trinity is the most fundamental of all truths in the Christian faith that all other truths of the faith rest upon.
The difference between the mystery of the Holy Trinity and most, if not all, other mysteries of our faith is that this mystery of the Trinity is not about what God has done for us but about who God is in himself.