Catholic Culture Moments
|Monday: 03/11/19||How Many Days in Lent?||
A common question asked is “how many days of Lent are there, really?”
|Tuesday: 10/16/18||Facts to Know About Exorcism||
Exorcisms tend to be that hush idea that no one talks about, sort of like that uncle that ran moonshine during prohibition. The fact is, every diocese has an exorcist, there is a school of... more
|Tuesday: 10/16/18||What's the Deal with Halloween?||
What’s the Deal with Halloween?
|Thursday: 09/06/18||St. Michael Chaplet||
Angels are valuable friends to humanity. They are creatures of pure intellect, messengers of God, attendants, and often appear as humans to carry out their missions. Some people have seen their... more
As Catholics we understand we can experience Christ in several ways: through the deposit of faith in the Church, through scripture, through the sacraments, through each other, and through mystics... more
|Wednesday: 06/20/18||And the Heavens Were Made||
Throughout the course of the history of Holy Mother Church we have been told that Catholics do not believe in scientific facts or, more recently on our calendar, one cannot believe in God and... more
|Friday: 06/08/18||Siblings of Jesus||
The Gospel of Mark 3:32-35 is a passage that gives fuel for Protestants to believe Mary was not a perpetual virgin. This thought is the heresy of helvidianism that argues the very point of this... more
|Tuesday: 05/22/18||Lights, Camera, Action!||
Lights, Camera, Action!
There are few pastimes more entertaining than a good movie and hot, fresh popcorn. Everyone has their favorite actors, genres, even movie lines and... more
|Thursday: 05/17/18||Lights, Camera, Action - Take 2!||
Lights, Camera, Action - Take 2!
Last week we read the first 50 of 100 pro-Catholic movies published in a 2004 publication of National Catholic Register. Here are... more
|Tuesday: 05/08/18||Pentecost Sermon Sixth Century||
From a sermon by a sixth century African author
The disciples spoke in the language of every nation. At Pentecost God chose this means to indicate the presence of the Holy Spirit:... more