The Secret Knowledge of Catholic Exorcists Compiled Into A New Book

Spiritual warfare is real: the Devil seeks to devour us. "Slaying Dragons" by Charles D. Fraune reveals the wisdom of leading exorcists on how you can fight back against the demonic.

7 Deadly Sins That Can Send You To Hell

In this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys discuss the origin of the list of the 7 deadly sins and the 7 virtues that are their spiritual antidote.

Ever Drink Wine? Why You Need to Thank Saint Vincent of...

If not for Saint Vincent of Saragossa (and his donkey), wine might not have ever been the same as we all have come to know it today.

Did You Know? The Reason Why the Pope Can’t Be an...

It sounds strange, but it's true: when someone is elected to the papacy, they no longer can be registered organ donors. Here's the reason why..
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Advent Activities for Families and Individuals

Advent is such a beautiful time to slow down and marvel at the wonder of God’s love. Here are some Advent activities for serving...

Did You Know? Pope Benedict XVI Released a Christmas Album You...

Not Your Average Christmas Music: this year, why not listen to Alma Mater by Pope Benedict XVI himself, recorded at London's famous Abbey Road studios.

Bishop Matano of Rochester Requested to Postpone Sheen’s Beatification

The Diocese of Rochester in New York confirmed that Bishop Salvatore Matano requested to postpone Fulton Sheen's upcoming beatification.

Debunking Myths And Lies About The Inquisition

In this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys are joined by Catholic historian and professor Steve Weidenkopf to tell the real truth about The Inquisition.

Fulton Sheen’s Beatification Postponed at “Request of Few” US Bishops

Originally set for December 21st, Fulton Sheen's beatification has now been postponed at "request of a few members of the Bishop's conference."

No Longer “Satan’s Drink”, Coffee Enters A New Era

Catholicism and coffee have gone hand in hand for centuries. It was Pope Clement VIII who “baptized” coffee after many years of being considered a suspicious drink throughout Christendom.

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