Pope Francis Announces Retrieval of “Pachamama” Statues Thrown into Tiber

Pope Francis announced the retrieval of the controversial "Pachamama" statues seen at the Amazon synod that were thrown into the Tiber River.

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.

Did Jesus Eat Himself at the Last Supper?

Did Jesus Christ receive His own Body and Blood at the Last Supper, eating Himself with the Twelve Apostles in the Upper Room?

Controversial Amazon Statue Taken from Church in Rome & Thrown into...

A controversial statue of a naked Amazonian pregnant woman seen at Amazon Synod events was taken from a Church in Rome and thrown into the Tiber River.

How Medieval Scribes Would Place a “Curse” on Their Bibles to...

Life as a Medieval scribe was grueling, copying endless texts by hand. How would they protect their work once finished? By placing a curse on it, of course.

Exclusive Interview With “The Divine Plan” Producer Robert Orlando

Award-winning writer and filmmaker Robert Orlando is counting down the days to the nationwide showing of his newest film, "The Divine Plan", on November 6th, 2019.

After Saint Teresa of Avila Died, 10 Days Were Lost to...

When Saint Teresa of Avila died on October 4th, 1582, Catholics everywhere went to bed that night and woke up 10 days later.

4000 Rosaries Are Housed in World’s Largest Collection at a Washington...

Where you can you find the world's largest rosary collection? At a small museum just northeast of Portland, housing nearly 4,000 rosaries.

What Is Papal Secrecy? When Some Secrets Are More Secret Than...

Are all secrets created equal? For certain matters within the Church, no. Papal secrecy is a code of confidentiality greater than regular secrecy.

Leif Erikson: The First Person to Reach North America Was a...

It wasn't Christopher Columbus, but actually Leif Erikson that reached North America first. He was also the first Catholic to do so, too.

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