Most non-Catholic Christians, unless they come from a liturgical tradition such as Orthodoxy or Anglicanism, only celebrate two major religious holidays per year- Christmas and Easter. And while there has
Former Lutheran Br. John Paul, in formation at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, DC, talks about how his desire to live the Gospel in a radical and authentic
My two younger sisters and I were raised in Springfield, MO by parents who valued faith, family, and friendships, and who served the community. We attended Sunday morning, Sunday evening, and Wednesday night services in a large, active Churches of Christ congregation. Our social as well as religious life revolved around this church.
God made the natural world, and then, as a baby in Bethlehem 2000 years ago, was introduced to that same world as a physical part of it in the person
In Shane Kapler’s latest book, “The Epistle to the Hebrews and the Seven Core Beliefs of Catholics,” he looks at the way the Old Testament is fulfilled in the New,
On this episode of “Deep in Scripture” radio, Marcus Grodi invites friend Steve Ray to discuss John 2: 1-12. As a former Baptist, the Wedding at Cana caused Steve many problems from the drinking of alcohol to the language regarding Mary to Jesus’ obedience to His mother.
I am the only one in my family of origin that is still Catholic—everyone else now worships at the local Assembly of God. I have been asked, “Why do Catholics pray to and worship saints?” I’m told that it is idolatry, and it takes away from Jesus’ role as the “one mediator between God and mankind”