Texts on the "List of Prohibited Books" were deemed heretical or contrary to morality, and thus a Catholic had to ask for permission to read them.
In this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys are joined by Charles Fraune, author of the book “Slaying Dragons”, to discuss exorcism, demons, blessed and cursed items, and other secrets that Exorcists want everyone to know.
Ever notice that Groundhog day and Candlemas fall on the same day? It's no coincidence: the weather folklore day has a Catholic origin.
"You are dust, and to dust you shall return" - ashes symbolize our mortality and sinfulness. How did the tradition of the imposition of ashes begin?
Is our celebration of the Eucharist the same today as it was in the earliest days of the Church?
Some say that if you're in a state of mortal sin, your prayers go unanswered by God and "do nothing." Is this really true?
Around Christmas those who profess to care not about religion love to extoll their pathological zeal that Christ wasn't born on the 25th - are they correct?
Blessed Bartolo Longo was an ordained "satanic priest" before returning to the Catholic Faith and eventually becoming a third order Dominican.
Detractors say Thomas Aquinas rejected the dogma of the Immaculate Conception - did the Angelic Doctor really have a misconception about the Conception?
After they released a book defending clerical celibacy, Cardinal Sarah met with Benedict XVI to ensure there was "no misunderstanding" that he was coauthor.