• A Catholic reads the Bible for the first time

    A Catholic reads the Bible for the first time

    • Jun 21, 2017

    Many Catholics are never exposed to Scripture outside of Mass, and fewer have read the Bible from cover to cover, starting with Genesis. When you do, you find out you have been missing a lot of the story – but you also discover the genius of how the Bible is used by the Church in the liturgy.

  • Catholic church music — banal and superficial?

    Catholic church music — banal and superficial?

    • Jun 8, 2017

    It is astounding how much the parishes and pastors who have embraced “the Spirit of Vatican II” have done exactly opposite of what the documents of the Second Vatican Council actually prescribe. The Council allows for four types of sacred music: “Gregorian chant, sacred polyphony in its various forms, both ancient and modern, sacred music for the organ and other approved instruments, and sacred popular music, be it liturgical or simply religious.”

  • What happens when women pray?

    What happens when women pray?

    • May 30, 2017

    The vocation of Catholic womanhood can be fully realized only through prayer. A new book shows how different women use the Eucharist, Mary, Saints, and the Rosary to help form their prayer life; keeping in mind the words of the Venerable Archbishop Fulton Sheen: “To a great extent the level of any civilization is the level of its womanhood.”