When we think of Satan and demonic forces we often think of spectacular events like demonic possessions or exorcisms. Yet how do demons quietly influence and impact us in our own spiritual lives?
Perhaps no other organization within the Catholic Church has generated more controversy over the years than Opus Dei. We'll look at the foundations and purpose of this group and explore why it's so controversial.
Conservative Catholics and Traditional Catholics: Similarities and Differences (Guest: Roland Millare)
The two main sources of criticism for what has happened in the Church since Vatican II are the conservative ("Reform of the Reform") and traditionalist camps. How are they similar and how are they different?
Another diocese has announced restrictions on the celebration of the Mass “ad orientem.” Why are bishops afraid of this ancient practice spreading in today’s Church?
We’re in a new year and that means resolutions. But what resolutions can Catholics make that will help them both body and soul, and how can we make sure we stick to them?
With the death of Joseph Ratzinger (Pope Benedict XVI), we look at his substantial legacy as theologian, priest, cardinal archbishop, head of the CDF, pope, and pope emeritus.
Faithful Catholics know the Church is in crisis, and we know the hierarchy is often corrupt and even evil. So how do we navigate this storm effectively without losing our souls?
It was recently announced that the Vatican dismissed Frank Pavone, the founder of Priests for Life and long-time pro-life leader, from the priesthood. How should Catholics respond to this news?
Bella Dodd is one of those mysterious figures who often comes up in discussions of Catholic conspiracy theories. But who was Bella Dodd and why should Catholics care?
The neocon narrative is crumbling, as more and more conservatives have rejected its empire-building foreign interventionism. What caused the growing rejection of neocon foreign policy, and why should Catholics also oppose the neocon narrative?
The papacy has been a source of controversy since the earliest days of Christianity. How does understanding the debates of the first millennium help our debates over the papacy today?
With the Elon Musk takeover of Twitter, many Catholics hoped the days of woke censorship were over. While things have gotten better, there's still a strong bias against Catholics on the platform.
A recent series of articles by three respected Catholic scholars argued for the superiority of the new rite of the Mass over the old. We'll talk to a liturgical expert about the two rites, their relationship, their development, and how they compare.
The number of Catholic marriages are plummeting, and the bishops have a solution: Extend the time for marriage preparation. Why does this solution badly miss the mark and what should be done to address the Catholic marriage crisis?
Advent is the forgotten liturgical season, lost in the secular Christmas season insanity. What can we do to reclaim Advent, to help us be truly prepared for the coming of Christ at Christmas?
It’s obvious our country is deeply divided, and national elections don’t seem to solve the problem. Is there another, more radical, solution that we’re ignoring?
The sudden collapse of cryptocurrency exchange FTX has raised a lot of uncomfortable questions about the cryptocurrency industry. What happened, and what does this implosion mean for the future of Bitcoin and other cryptos?
The role of a father in a woman’s life cannot be overestimated. Today we’ll talk to a woman whose father was a great example to her about what fathers should do to be good fathers for their daughters. We’ll also look at what women can do who might not have had the best fathers.
Today is Election Day in the United States, so let’s talk about Catholics, voting, and the current electoral situation: Do Catholics have to vote? If so, who should we vote for this year?