Catholics used to abstain from meat every Friday. The practice may have changed, the spirit is still the same.
All throughout Scripture, we find extraordinary events revealing the wonder and power of God. The Red Sea is parted; the loaves are multiplied; people are healed; battles are won; a people are set free. For many of us,… Read More
Among the many differences that Catholics have with Christians of other denominations, there is likely none greater than the pope. A symbol of Catholicism itself, the papacy is easily the most recognizable, distinguishable, and controversial aspect of our… Read More
On December 25 every year, the Christian world celebrates the greatest mystery in human history: the Incarnation. At a moment in time, the eternal, omnipotent, and patently-outside-of-time God entered history to become ephemeral, weak, and finite in time… Read More