The Catholic Origins of Halloween

Halloween's origins are, in fact, very Christian. Halloween falls on October 31 because of a Pope, and its observances are the result of medieval Catholic piety.

This Bible Was Found Melted To A Piece Of Steel From...

This Bible was found melted to a chunk of steel from the World Trade Center. The page it was permanently opened to will astonish and inspire you...

How To Make A Palm Cross

A complete guide with easy to follow videos and diagrams showing how to make a Palm Cross

What Does “INRI” On The Crucifix Actually Mean?

If you've ever looked at a Crucifix, you most likely noticed the four letters "INRI" inscribed atop the cross. Why is it there and what does it mean?

The Catholic Patron Saint of Countries

As Catholics, we ask for the intercession of patron saints in Heaven to pray for us on our behalf. Do you know the patron saint to pray to for your country?

What Do Angels Really Look Like According to Bible? (It’s Probably...

You probably think of angels as beautiful human-like figures with wings, wearing a white robe. What do angels really look like according to the Bible?

How Seismology, The Study Of Earthquakes, Became Known As The Jesuit...

Science historians crediting medieval Catholic mathematicians and philosophers as the founders of modern science. Historically, no scientific field has benefitted more from members of the Faith than seismology. How did seismology become known as the Jesuit science?

Is Atheism, Not Religion, Dying Out?

In today's media, we often hear how the Catholic Faith and religion in general across the globe have been declining in recent years as we usher in the age of enlightenment. This couldn't be further from the truth as those new to the Faith are growing rapidly. Is atheism dying out?

Enjoy Chicken? Thank Medieval Catholic Monks.

Today's chickens are bred to be very passive with little fear of humans and an ability to lay many eggs quickly. However, chickens were not always the easy-going birds they are today. If you can't get enough of chicken or eggs, you should probably thank medieval Catholic monks.

The Only Catholic To Sign the Declaration of Independence

Of the total fifty-six signatories of the Declaration of Independence, only one was faithful to the Catholic Church. Charles Carroll was not only the only Catholic to sign the document, he was the last surviving signer, dying at the age of 95 in 1832 in Baltimore.