How to Improve Your Mind: A Sermon by Fulton Sheen All...

Sheen's sermon "How to Improve Your Mind" tells how we can develop and improve our minds, and through that, improve our relationships with others and God.

Did This Saint Really “Sell His Soul to the Devil”?

"Lord, give me chastity, but not yet." If one of the Church Fathers was a hedonist until 30, even one who "sold their soul" to the Devil can become a saint.

The Mysterious Disappearance of the Last Catholic Bishop of North Korea

Francis Hong Yong-ho was the first and last bishop for the Diocese of Pyongyang in North Korea until his "disappearance" in 1949.

Saint Patrick Said THIS Prayer Before He Converted the Pagan Irish...

Before converting the pagan Irish King Leoghaire to Catholicism, Saint Patrick said this prayer for divine protection known as The Deer's Cry.

Pope Benedict XVI Coauthors New Book Defending Clerical Celibacy

In a new book coauthored by Pope Benedict XVI and Cardinal Robert Sarah, the two defend clerical celibacy and speak against the ordination of married men.

7 Things Every Catholic Needs To See In Rome

In this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys talk about amazing and obscure sites in Rome that every Catholic should visit in their lifetime and our upcoming pilgrimage to Poland and Rome.

What Were the Last Words of Christ on the Cross?

On Good Friday we commemorate the Crucifixion. What were last word's of Christ as He was on the True Cross?

McDonald’s New Catholic CEO Promises a New Culture for the Company

The new CEO of McDonald's Chris Kempczinski is promising a new culture for the fast food giant, and is tapping into his Catholic upbringing to do so.

Did You Know? Groundhog Day Has a Catholic Candlemas Origin

Ever notice that Groundhog day and Candlemas fall on the same day? It's no coincidence: the weather folklore day has a Catholic origin.

The 1st Known Case of Musical Piracy Was When Mozart Stole...

Heard exclusively in the Sistine Chapel for 150 years, the composition of "Miserere mei, Deus" was secret until 14-year-old Mozart recreated it from memory.

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