Category Archives: Catechism
The Didache Bible – A Perfect Combination Of Scripture And Tradition!
In the Vatican II document Dei Verbum, the Catholic Church makes a powerful statement: Hence there exists a close connection and communication between sacred tradition and Sacred Scripture. For both of them, flowing from the same divine wellspring, in … Continue reading
Looking For A Copy Of The Catechism?
For those of you who are following my nightly walk through the Catechism of the Catholic Church on my radio show, HERE is the best place to get your copy or view it online. I personally think it’s good … Continue reading
Announcement Number Three – My Most Ambitious Project Ever!
Happy New Year! Here’s the third in a series of four announcements that I’ve been making all week… Wouldn’t it be great if we could get to know God better in 2015? Have you ever wished that you could … Continue reading
The Year Of Faith – 10 Things You Should Know
In his Apostolic Letter Porta Fidei (The Door of Faith), Pope Benedict XVI explained his reasoning behind declaring the Year of Faith (Oct 11, 2012 – November 24, 2013). While I recommend that you read the full document, here … Continue reading
Whatever Happened To Admonishing The Sinner?
Anyone remember the Spiritual Works of Mercy?? According to Our Sunday Visitor’s Catholic Dictionary, these acts “focus on the spiritual welfare of the one in need”.? In case you need a refresher, they are: ?To instruct the ignorant; ?To counsel … Continue reading
3 Reasons Why The Eucharist REALLY Matters
As we celebrate the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, commonly referred to as Corpus Christi, I thought it would?be a good idea to point?out 3 benefits we obtain by receiving?the Sacrament of the Eucharist.? Why … Continue reading
So You Wanna Be A Priest? No Problem!
In my work as a Catholic lay evangelist, I often run into people who?criticize?the “restrictive” nature of the Catholic priesthood.? We often focus so much on the fact that women and married men (with some exceptions) aren’t eligible for this … Continue reading