By Fr. Paul D. Scalia, The Catholic Thing - Catholicism requires a culture. Or rather, it forms a culture for its own continuation. The Catholic faith is not a hobby that we can relegate to one area of our lives. It is a way of life – indeed, the Way, as the ancient Church called it. (Acts 9:2) It should shape every aspect of the believer’s life: thoughts, words, actions, and relationships. It is lived by heart, mind, soul, and body. It takes up our time with its seasons and feasts. It fills up our space with its art and architecture.
By LifeSiteNews Staff - Bishop Joseph Strickland calls on Catholics to pray now more than ever to combat the dark spiritual forces in the world. In this episode of The Bishop Strickland Show, His Excellency also encourages the faithful to live as children of God, in simplicity, innocence, and holiness.
By Emily Mangiaracina, LifeSiteNews - Fr. Dominic Clovis, IVE, in a homily at St. Augustine of Canterbury Parish in Toronto, drove home the point of the moral gravity of accepting and using such “vaccines” by pointing out that in the Nuremberg trials, doctors and scientists refused to use information obtained from the cruel human experimentation of the Nazis, because they saw it as amounting to approval of the atrocities, and thought it would lead others to copy them.
Author Don Schwager, Servants of the Word - Matthew 8:5-17 - As he entered Capernaum, a centurion came forward to him, beseeching him and saying, "Lord, my servant is lying paralyzed at home, in terrible distress." And he said to him, "I will come and heal him." But the centurion answered him, "Lord, I am not worthy to have you come under my roof; but only say the word, and my servant will be healed. ....