In this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys explore the history and miracles around the Divine Mercy image and Saint Faustina Kowalska. Jesus, I Trust In You!
When disease was decimating bee populations in the British Isles at the turn of the 20th century, it was a Benedictine monk who saved them from extinction.
The Christmas season is only just beginning on December 25th. While the most popular carol of all suggests just twelve days, its a topic of hot debate among Catholics. When does Christmas actually end?
Nearly three quarters of a century ago, the first Catholic Mass was televised in 1948: A Midnight Christmas Mass at the Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris.
Known to children as the man who brings him presents every Christmas night, The real Saint Nicholas is renowned for his legendary habit of secret gift giving. After his death, many have claimed to have relics of Saint Nicholas' bones. Where is he really buried?
In his only family retreat ever recorded, Fulton Sheen explains the theological concept of kenosis - Christ's "self-emptying" - to an audience of all ages.
A season to ready our hearts for Christ and a season of charity, this Advent the Vatican is helping children with the #JustOneMore campaign, will you too?
In this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys discuss what the Catholic Church teaches on Divorce and Annulments.
Is it hypocritical to pray, or go to Mass, when you don't really feel like it? Watch Saint Josemaria Escriva, founder of Opus Dei, give the answer.
Catholic chaplain James Hugh O'Neill composed the "Weather Prayer" for General Patton to advance to victory during the Battle of the Bulge.