Shining the Light of Christ on Social Media

I have instant access to all of the news I want right on my phone. For better or worse, I can read instant reactions from people on Twitter. All of this has profound ramifications for how we Catholics can spread the Gospel.

This Amazing Medieval Monastery Looks Like Something Out Of The King...

It looks like something out of a fantasy novel; but Mont Saint-Michel, the site of a medieval Benedictine Catholic monastery is a very real place.

Pope Francis Says The World Has “Taken Christmas Hostage” – Here’s...

Pope Francis has said "We are concerned for gifts, but cold toward those who are marginalized. This worldliness has taken Christmas hostage. It needs to be freed.”

2013 uCatholic Person Of The Year: The Humble Pope

The uCatholic 2013 Person of the Year is the Pope, who through his actions, has given an great and absolutely remarkable example of Christian humility.

Porn: Real Answers from a Real Priest

Jesus knows our desires. He even knows them better than we know our own desires. Jesus still wants us to tell him our desire–to be chatty with Him and to have a relationship with Him. I find this very consoling.

The Oldest Known Video Footage Of A Pope

This is the oldest known footage of a Pope in existence. This film of Pope Leo XIII was created in 1896.

Why Bother with Catholic Therapy?

I’m not sure how a therapist with a Catholic-Christian worldview would operate differently from a secular therapist. Can you help me understand the difference?

Catholic Star Wars Fans: Luke Skywalker’s Island Used To Be A...

The island where Rey finds Luke (and undergoes her training in The Last Jedi) is a real place that used to be a Catholic monastery for nearly a 1,000 years.

Modern Tech/Ancient Wisdom

The Rolling Acres School offers Catholic homeschooling programs that apply a Great Books curriculum using an online classroom.

Apologists, Catechists, Theologians: WAKE UP!

Young people are leaving the Church and Religion and largely because for the past fifty years or so, Christian thinkers have largely abandoned the art of apologetics.