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Sr. Carol Keehan is getting the Xavier Beccera Catholic problem backwards…

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra speaks at the second annual Women’s March in Los Angeles, Calif., January 20, 2018. (Patrick T. Fallon/Reuters) It is possible that no one loves nuns more than I do — or spends more time with them as our Mar...[Read More]

Father Quan Tran: ‘Follow Our Lady to be a disciple of Jesus Christ’…

The Blessed Virgin Mary is “the perfect disciple. She is God’s masterpiece. To imitate Mary is to imitate Christ. There’s no contradiction,” said Fr. Quan Tran, parochial vicar at St. Bonaventure Parish in Huntington Beach, Ca...[Read More]

Head of German Catholic bishops: ‘I do not deny Communion to a Protestant who asks for it’…

The 59-year-old bishop added that this was already a “practice” in Germany “every Sunday” and that priests in his Diocese of Limburg would not face negative consequences if a case were reported to him. BERLIN, Germany — The president of the German Ca...[Read More]

The contributions of Robert Cardinal Sarah as a prophetic spiritual father will continue…

At age 75 and in evident good health, Cardinal Robert Sarah likely has many fruitful years ahead of him, but his retirement as prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments concludes one of the most remarkable se...[Read More]

‘London Has Fallen’ — How COVID-19 is changing the global city forever…

Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the city. London’s streets are empty of life, its byways strangely deserted.  This city’s once great and endless panoply of amusement outlets and retail opportunities are closed, West End theatres and...[Read More]

The Ultimate Catholic Coronavirus Vaccine Morality Explainer…

Since Covid-19 vaccines began to be discussed, Catholics have raised concerns about the moral and ethical aspects of taking them. While the Vatican and the USCCB have weighed in on the subject, a lot of Catholics still have questions. To answer those...[Read More]

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The Art of Substitution

Make Me central in your consciousness by praying continually: simple, short prayers flowing out of the present moment. Jesus Calling, February 22 What had start...

A scene from the book of Acts

“Die with Christ, rise with Christ. Holy Spirit, come, set her free and fill her up.” An outdoor baptism forms the dynamic opening scene of a documentary about ...

Harlots in the Kingdom of God (Matthew 21:31)

How can tax collectors and prostitutes be closer to the kingdom of God than religious leaders? We discuss this question in today’s study of Matthew 21:31. Befor...

The Rich Young Ruler and You (Matthew 19:16-24)

Money! Money! Money! It’s the money episode! In this podcast study, I talk about cryptocurrency, a reader email about tithing, and the story of the Rich Young R...

First Steps to Faith

I care as much about your tiny trust-steps through daily life as about your dramatic leaps of faith. You may think that no one notices, but the One who is alway...

What did Peter do with the Keys of the Kingdom (Matthew 16:19)?

In this Redeeming God Podcast episode, we discuss the Second Impeachment of President Trump, a question from a reader about the warning passage of Hebrews 6:1-8...

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An Uncertain Journey

“If I take the wings of the morning and dwell in the utmost parts of the sea, even there your hand shall lead me, and your right hand shall hold me.”  Psal...

The Art of Substitution

Make Me central in your consciousness by praying continually: simple, short prayers flowing out of the present moment. Jesus Calling, February 22 What had start...

March Scripture Writing Guide (2021)

Scripture writing plans are incredibly simple, yet incredibly effective for helping us read, interpret and absorb the Word of God. Rather than simply letting ou...

10 Things Your Teenagers Wish You Would Talk About

10 Things Your Teenagers Wish You Would Talk About             There is no denying the teenage years can ...

The Unknown

In the past, as I closed out one year and welcomed another, I would plan, set goals, and resolve.  And while I acknowledged a certain element of the unknow...

First Steps to Faith

I care as much about your tiny trust-steps through daily life as about your dramatic leaps of faith. You may think that no one notices, but the One who is alway...