There is always that one kid who won’t stop crying, and Fr. Furrow has a message for you parents.
Country road billboards and the saving action of Christ help to explain the relationship between the Father and the Son in this Catholic Bytes episode. Tune in for more as Dcn. Luke Syse explains the significance of Jesus as savior and Son.
How does spiritual merit even work?
St. Catherine of Siena clearly demonstrated the virtues of hope, magnanimity, and humility. This saint’s focus on the will of God often seemed crazy to others, but it teaches us that our lives should be oriented towards heaven.
Learn more about the Dominican Sisters of Mary Mother of the Eucharist by visiting their website: https://www.sistersofmary.org
A packed minute on the suffering servant.
When you’re going through a hard time the phrase “offer it up” can be rather annoying, but it actually has a deep meaning that is connected to the Mass. Hint: the Offertory includes more than just taking break and wine to the alter. Tune into this Catholic Bytes episode to learn more.
“You have made us for yourself, O Lord, and our heart is restless until it rests in you.” ~ St. Augustine
The Council of Trent was a response to the happenings of the time, namely, the Protestant Reformation. In this episode Fr. Brian Taylor tackles the main subjects addressed by the Council and how they still have a role in the life of the Church today.
We’ve all been there so tune in to see what Fr. Conrad has to say about it.
What parent in their right mind would allow a baby to get close to a cobra’s den?