Source: Ascension Presents on YouTube Good people go to heaven when they die, right? Well, according to the Gospels, not exactly. Fr. Mike Schmitz points to at least four things Christ says we need for salvation: 1. Baptism (John 3) 2. The Eucharist (John 6) 3. Faith (Romans 10:9) 4. […]
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Source: True Light Catholic Media on YouTube The Catholic Church understands that married couples struggling to conceive a child may suffer greatly. She therefore encourages research and medical techniques aimed at reducing human sterility. However, In Vitro Fertilization, aka IVF, is one of the methods which the Catholic Church considers […]
Source: Fr. Mark Goring, CC on YouTube SUBSCRIBE – click link below to receive Fr. Mark’s daily videos by email http://visitor.r20.constantcontact.co… Blessed Jacinta Marto, youngest visionary of the appearance of Our Lady at Fatima in 1917. Header image: via (multi-search, indeterminable) naorcc.orgN.B. facebook page not available at time of publishing.
Source: Ascension Presents on YouTube It’s a question that arises whenever someone challenges the beliefs of Christianity: If God is all-loving, why does he send people to hell? Some Christians choose to believe that hell doesn’t exist, or if it does, then only those guilty of the most heinous sins […]
Source: Ascension Presents on YouTube Jackie and Bobby give seven reasons why Christians are pro-life, and they are all rooted in scripture. 1. Genesis 1:27 – “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them.” 2. Exodus […]
Source: Bishop Robert Barron on YouTube Who were the Church Fathers, and why do they still matter today? Bishop Barron introduces these spiritual masters and shares their key contributions. In the first episode of our three-part series, he also discusses the three main Apostolic Fathers: – Clement (35 – 99) […]
Source: Bishop Robert Barron on YouTube In this second part of our series on the Church Fathers, Bishop Barron takes a look at some important Church Fathers from the pre-Nicene and Nicene periods, including Justin Martyr, Irenaeus, Origen, Athanasius, and Gregory of Nyssa. A listener asks how we can understand […]
Source: Bishop Robert Barron on YouTube In this third and final part of our series on the Church Fathers, Bishop Barron examines four influential Fathers from the post-Nicene period: John Chrysostom, Jerome, Augustine, and Gregory the Great. A listener asks whether to pray for people who are sick or simply […]
Source: FOCUS Catholic on YouTube For many people, the stance of the Catholic Church on same-sex attraction is perceived as intolerant, narrow and even hateful. But is this true? What does the Church offer men and women for whom this is a daily reality? Header image: FOCUS Catholic on YouTube