Mark Hart from Ascension Press     Have you heard our recording from Sr. Theresa Noble “From Atheist to Nun”? From Atheist to Nun Have you heard the first episode of The Catholic Man Show?… Read More

Learn more about St. John Damascene St. John Damascene: The Holy Spirit and the Eucharist “We were therefore given a birth by water and Spirit: I mean, by the holy baptism: and the food is the very bread of life, our Lord Jesus Christ, Who came down from heaven6. For when He was about to… Read More

The biggest theological difference between Catholics and Protestants/Evangelicals/Other Christian Denominations is the subject of the Eucharist – whether Christ is truly present, body, blood, soul and divinity at the moment of consecration. Transubstantiation vs. consubstantiation. Truly present vs. a memorial. Our friend, Joe Heschmeyer, wrote a great piece on his blog What did the… Read More

Featuring: Readings for Saturday, April 18 St. Alphonsus Liguori – How to Converse Continually and Familiarly with God — purchase at Tan books Tom Grossman Jr. Founder of Communities of prayer The importance of prayer Lectio Divina, and building a vocabulary of prayer through scripture Why Catholics have a “Closed Table” for communion… Read More

Thank you so much for joining us today. I pray you had a great weekend. TODAY’S BIBLE VERSE: JOHN 6:50 This is the bread which comes down from heaven, that a man may eat of it and not die. As a first century Jew, everyone who heard this would have understood the reference from Jesus. This was… Read More

Featuring: Kermit the Frog’s liturgical advice The Tulsa March for Life Monday’s Scripture readings Pope St. Clement’s beautiful prayer The Source and Summit of our Faith – the Eucharist.… Read More

Can Catholic teaching on the Eucharist be found in the Bible? At the Last Supper, Jesus took bread and said to his disciples, “This is my body . . . Do this in remembrance of me” (Luke 22:19). Many Christian denominations claim that Jesus’ institution of the Eucharist was merely symbolic, and that the Catholic… Read More

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… Read More