McDonald’s New Catholic CEO Promises a New Culture for the Company

The new CEO of McDonald's Chris Kempczinski is promising a new culture for the fast food giant, and is tapping into his Catholic upbringing to do so.

7 Things Every Catholic Needs To See In Rome

In this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys talk about amazing and obscure sites in Rome that every Catholic should visit in their lifetime and our upcoming pilgrimage to Poland and Rome.

Pope Benedict XVI Coauthors New Book Defending Clerical Celibacy

In a new book coauthored by Pope Benedict XVI and Cardinal Robert Sarah, the two defend clerical celibacy and speak against the ordination of married men.

Saint Patrick Said THIS Prayer Before He Converted the Pagan Irish...

Before converting the pagan Irish King Leoghaire to Catholicism, Saint Patrick said this prayer for divine protection known as The Deer's Cry.

How to Improve Your Mind: A Sermon by Fulton Sheen All...

Sheen's sermon "How to Improve Your Mind" tells how we can develop and improve our minds, and through that, improve our relationships with others and God.

3 Ways Catholics Can Honor The Name Of Jesus Every Day

“This Divine Name is in truth a mine of riches; it is the fount of the highest holiness and the secret of the greatest...

Cardinal Sarah Meets With Benedict XVI over Book Controversy: “No Misunderstanding”

After they released a book defending clerical celibacy, Cardinal Sarah met with Benedict XVI to ensure there was "no misunderstanding" that he was coauthor.

15 Things That Need To Stop Happening During Mass

In this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys talk about all the irritating, distracting, and bad practices and behaviors that need to stop happening during The Holy Mass.

Meet Bartolo Longo, the Former Satanic Priest Turned Catholic Saint

Blessed Bartolo Longo was an ordained "satanic priest" before returning to the Catholic Faith and eventually becoming a third order Dominican.

Catholic History: The Earliest Sources for the December 25th Christmas Date

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?

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