5 most prevalent modern errors

By Adam Minihan | January 6, 2015

Reposted from Fr. Broom’s Blog: Click here to go to his blog Never in world-history has there been so much information and such easy access to this information. Due to the Internet, information can be acquired within a few seconds at almost any time and place. At the same time never have we lived in…

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Date Night – January 29th – Don’t Miss It!

By Adam Minihan | January 5, 2015

The 10th Annual Cooking Up Compassion is Thursday, January 29th, 2015.  If you haven’t been before, this year is the year to go! It is a blast. The St. Michael Radio team went last year together and we immediately said this is a must-do every year. This year they will be celebrating 10 years of…

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Catholic Radio bringing voice to the voiceless in Uganda

By Adam Minihan | December 22, 2014

CATHOLIC RADIO BRINGING VOICE TO VOICELESS IN UGANDA By Ann Schneible Arua, Uganda, Dec 19 (CNA/EWTN News)— A small community radio station in rural Uganda, running almost entirely on solar power, is spreading the Gospel and giving “voice to the voiceless” in regions of conflict and suffering. Radio Pacis, located in Arua, Uganda, was recently…

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Manly Catholic Reads: Joseph’s Way

By Adam Minihan | September 13, 2014

“Often a father believes that being married and having children hinders him, if it does not altogether disqualify him, from achieving great sanctity.” To dispel this incorrect notion, Devin Schadt, in his book, Joseph’s Way, the Call to Fatherly Greatness, lays out practical ways for fathers to become saints within the day-to-day life of the…

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Cardinal Newman’s Description of a Gentleman

By Adam Minihan | August 19, 2014

Blessed John Henry Newman was a consummate Catholic gentleman. Reviled by many of his closest friends for converting to Catholicism, he bore insults and attacks on his character with patience and charity. Here is his description of a gentleman taken from his work The Idea of a University, published in 1854. Keep in mind that Newman is here…

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The Three Munera, Part 1: The Father as Prophet

By Adam Minihan | July 7, 2014

In the introduction to this series, I wrote about how each father is entrusted with three duties, or munera in Latin, and that these three duties are modeled by Christ himself. While traditionally associated with the ordained priesthood, these duties just as much apply to the fathers of families, who also share in a priestly role, albeit…

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The Three Munera of Fatherhood

By Adam Minihan | July 4, 2014

There are few roles as mocked and derided as that of the father. Watch any TV show or movie made in the last 40 years or so, and you will see fathers portrayed variously as buffoons, domineering jerks, or at best, good-hearted but clueless simpletons. What you’ll never see is a father portrayed as loving and…

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Today: Prayer Rally for Purity

By Adam Minihan | July 1, 2014

Of all the problems faced in today’s culture, one of the most devastating is rampant impurity. Pornography is ubiquitous, children are sexually active, TV and movies are filled with explicit scenes, the contraceptive mentality reigns, and the list goes on. And despite popular opinion to the contrary, these sins are never private. How we think about sex affects every…

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The Sacred Heart and the Three Loves of Jesus

By Adam Minihan | June 27, 2014

In his encyclical, Haurietis Aquas, issued in 1956 on the centenary of the Feast of the Sacred Heart, Pius XII offers us several metaphors for the Sacred Heart of Jesus. It’s the “mystical ladder” which we climb to “embrace God Our Savior.” It’s also a “most precious shrine” which contains the “unlimited treasures of His merits.”…

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5 Patron Saints of Beer

By Adam Minihan | June 25, 2014

“From man’s sweat and God’s love, beer came into the world.” – St. Arnulf of Metz Ah, beer. This blessed brew is one of life’s great enjoyments and an incontrovertible sign of God’s great love for us. Brewed by monks for centuries, beer has always had a close relationship to Catholicism. In fact, Holy Mother Church has proven her…

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Mass Attire

By Adam Minihan | December 13, 2017

This post was written by a guest blogger and Council of Man member, Rich Lamm. You…

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Be a joyful man by The Catholic Man Show

By Adam Minihan | December 13, 2017

On Being a Joyful Man by The Catholic Man Show Want happiness? Eat bacon! But…

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