Two perspectives on how we view the stuff of life.
Do faith and science contradict? Can a scientist still be a believer? Can Metal Detector Guy save the day at the beach? Tune in to hear about great Catholic scientists from last millennium, last century, and last year.
If God created everything, who created God? To shine a light on the answer, consider your local railroad.
Parking Lot Rage is real! Director of Evangelization Tommy Dome shares spiritual lessons after reflecting on a peculiar parking lot incident that happened to him.
There are different causes for feeling distant from God - some of them good and some of them bad.
Tommy Dome shares the story of when a heavenly voice urged him to make a very specific change in his life.
Why does the Church have "so many rules"? Can't I just follow my conscience, or the one Golden Rule? We dig behind the question and address what's really going on.
Why should I bother being religious if unbelievers can be decent, honest people too?
The 5min video mentioned in this episode on the Moral Argument for God's existence can be viewed at http://bit.ly/MoralArgument
C.S. Lewis' short essay Man or Rabbit? mentioned in this episode can be read here.
Some of the Gospels differ in minor details. Does this mean they are invalidated? Can we rely on the Bible at all?
A small adjustment of direction can change the whole trajectory of a life. Tommy Dome spoke at the Gifts of the Spirit Women's Ministry, sharing stories of a few inflection points in his life that revealed more of who God is and who he is.
Every Sunday at Mass we say that Jesus descended into Hell. Sounds strange or wrong, doesn't it? Why would Jesus go to hell? The knots get untwisted using Scripture and the CCC in just 7 minutes.
Why do Catholics call their priests "Father", especially when Jesus Himself says in Matthew 23:9, "Call no one on earth your father..."?
"Remind Me Again..." is a new series briefly covering common topics and questions that you have asked yourself at some point. Share this episode so more people hear the answer. "Why confess my sins to a priest? Can't I just go straight to God?"
Our word Mass comes from the Latin word missa, which is at the root of the dismissal that gives us our mission. The final blessing gives us that last dose of supernatural grace we need to fulfill our mission to bring souls to Jesus' Sacred Heart.
Way back in the year 155 AD, a man named Justin Martyr described something in writing. See if you can recognize what he was describing.
Holy Water fonts at the entrance to the Church bring to mind our Baptism, which is how we entered the Church, the spiritual Body of Christ. Dipping our fingers in a Holy Water and making the sign of the Cross is how we enter the Church the physical building. The action of the priest washing his hands goes back hundreds of years when it was a practical necessity to clean his hands after receiving all the community's various gifts during the offertory. Now we spiritualize that action and the priest prays for interior purification so that he can offer the sacrifice of the Eucharist with a pure mind, heart, and soul.