Fr. Edward Meeks presents his congregation with the most important question in human history when Jesus said, “Who do you say that I am?” The question posed by Christ to his disciples is just as relevant today as it was nearly 2000 years ago. Is our faith mere lip service? Or do we really believe […]
Fr. Jeffrey Kirby offers a homily on the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 Islamic Terrorist Attack on our nation reflecting on the true meaning of freedom.
Fr. Christopher Sharah reflects upon Matthew’s Gospel at the Vigil Mass on Saturday, September 11, 2021 and sees that the warning of Our Lady of Fatima are coming to pass in our times.
Fr. Thomas Dufner shares important insights about the differences between men and women when it comes to marriage.
Fr. Meeks challenges us to follow the same advice given by Joshua to the Israelites: fear the Lord, serve the Lord and rid your life of idols.
Fr. Jeffrey Kirby of Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church in South Carolina says our culture has “lost its sense of sin” and discusses the importance of remaining reverent during worship.
His Eminence Raymond Cardinal Burke is yet again warning Catholics about the third secret of Fatima and its connection to the growing attacks on family life being perpetrated by politicians who consider themselves followers of Christ. During a forceful sermon given at the National Blue Army Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima earlier this month, […]
Fr. Fita reacts to Motu Proprio Traditionis Custodes issued by Pope Francis on July 16, 2021.
Fr. Fita discusses the need for priests today that are willing to act in union with the heart of Christ and be a sign of contradiction in today’s misguided society.
Fr. Mills discusses our culture of death and lies. Please pray for those who God is raising-up to fight for Truth.
Fr. Edward Meeks discusses the Church’s teaching on the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist. A 2019 Pew Research poll showed 70% of people who identify as Catholic don’t believe in the real presence. Fr. Meeks explains why these people cannot call themselves Catholics.
In his sermon on Pentecost Sunday, Fr. Francis scorches “liberal” Catholics, calling them hypocrites and Pharisees.