video

What It Means To Be Catholic

Watch Brian Holdsworth’s video commentary on what it means to be Catholic. What is the original usage of the word and how is that understood as it’s traced through the history of Christ’s Church?
video

What Faith and Science Have in Common

Considering the origins of science are exclusively traced to monotheistic civilizations, they probably have a lot in common? Watch Brian Holdsworth’s video commentary on what faith and science have in common.
video

Did Jesus Really Rise From the Dead?

Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead? This is perhaps the most compelling evidence that would stand up in a modern court of law.
video

Convert Explains Why He Chose Catholicism And Not Eastern Orthodoxy

Why did this convert choose Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy? Brian Holdsworth explains what led him to Rome instead of the East.
video

Can Christians Use Recreational Drugs?

Why did this convert choose Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy? Brian Holdsworth explains what led him to Rome instead of the East.
video

God and Suffering: The Problem of Pain

Why did this convert choose Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy? Brian Holdsworth explains what led him to Rome instead of the East.
video

Why Youth Leave The Church

Why are young people leaving the Church as they reach adulthood? Is it because as children they are being taught a version of Jesus and God that has more to do with Disney than Saint Thomas Aquinas?
video

Do Catholics Have a Relationship with Jesus?

Watch Brian Holdsworth’s video addressing the question of whether or not Catholics have a relationship with Jesus.
video

Whose Side Would You Take?

We shouldn't take sides based on who is able to play the underdog best. Instinctually, we want to choose the side of the "weak", But often, strength is a sign of virtue and weakness is a sign of intemperance.
video

Real Presence in Communion – Who’s Right?

One of the oldest slurs against Catholics, dating to Roman times, is that the Eucharist was "cannibalism". On the other end of the spectrum, modern critics think the Eucharist is merely symbolic...

Follow uCatholic

1,021,737FansLike
55,103FollowersFollow
8,636FollowersFollow
22,800SubscribersSubscribe