Fr. Edward Meeks reflects on Jesus’ prophecy about the destruction of the temple and His second coming. Jesus warns us about following false prophets and not to fear what is to come. We are living in perilous times. These times provide us with an opportunity to bear witness to the faith. We must view events […]
Fr. Mark Beard recounts an interview between an exorcist and the devil, revealing surprising details about the power of Satan and the nature of evil.
Fr. Edward Meeks reaffirms the non-negotiable issues for Catholic voters: 1) the sanctity of life, 2) the sanctity of marriage and 3) religious liberty. https://episodes.castos.com/6033e68b2a57d4-32448508/21544/446ca432-849e-469e-aa49-3730a7933369/meeks-20221106-the-three-nonnegotiable-issues-for-catholic-voters.mp3
Fr. Chris Alar discusses the U.S. Bishops’ response on Joe Biden’s support for abortion as well as why we have a moral obligation to support life when we vote.
Father Michael O’Connor reflects upon the question posed by Jesus in today’s Gospel: “When the Son of Man returns, will He find faith on the Earth?” Faith is more than belief. Faith is a way of life.
Fr. Leon Pereira condemns “modern heretics” who push for changes in the Church’s morals in the name of being “synodal” and “listening,” Fr. Pereira condemned the subtlety of priests and bishops who deny Church teaching while claiming to affirm it and who, he said, then “blame the Holy Spirit for all their errors.” Read more […]
Compares and contrasts the real St. Francis of Assisi versus the “fake saint” of social justice.
On Respect Life Sunday, Fr. Edward Meeks discusses the great divide in our culture created by the issue of aborition. He describes abortion as a demonic sacrifice of the Left in our nation.
Fr. Edward Meeks recounts the story of Lazarus and the rich man to discuss the reality of Hell. Jesus states that we cannot rely upon our religious pedigree to merit the rewards of Heaven. Hell is the natural consequence of the choices people make in life. We need to exercise an urgency about finding our […]
Fr. Altier describes how many saints of the Church considered themselves the worst of sinners. What standard are we using to judge our own lives?
Fr. Mark Beard recounts Paul Harvey’s 1965 radio broadcast entitled “If I Were The Devil” as a preface to his recommendation to read the book entitled “The Warning” by Christine Watkins.
Jesus is asked the question “Will many be saved?” Instead of answering “how many”, Jesus responds by with “how.” Jesus encourages to enter through the narrow gate, because the path that leads to destruction is wide and easy. When we capitulate to the culture, we go along to get along, thus choosing the broad road. […]