Tag Archives: Catholicism

Catholic Kids Homilies – Endings and New Things – Ordinary Time 33C

This is the 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time and we’re getting to the end of the liturgical year. So our readings today are about the end of the world, or the apocalypse. The Greek word “apocalypse” (ἀποκάλυψις) means the unveiling or revealing. These readings reveal how important Jesus is. In the Gospel, Jesus goes to… Read More »

Parish Mission For The New Evangelization (2020): Looking for catholic speakers?

(contemplative music) – Are you interested in evangelizing your parish? The Fullness of Purpose parish mission and video follow-up program are designed to do just that. If you’re interested in more info, I invite you to keep on watching. (hopeful music) Now, you know the purpose of this, but do you know the purpose of… Read More »

What is the Assumption of Mary?

Welcome to “Frequently Asked Questions about the Catholic Faith”. In this episode, our question is, “What is the Feast of the Assumption of Mary, the Blessed Mother?” The Feast of the Assumption is the Catholic belief that the Blessed Mother, the mother of Jesus, was assumed or taken up into Heaven body and soul. Her… Read More »

6 Tips for Defending and Sharing Your Faith and Beliefs

I have another question if you guys have any questions feel free to message me and maybe I’ll make a video on it but today’s question says this what do you do when your friends make fun of your faith how do you defend your faith what do you do when your friends are making… Read More »

Ask a Priest- Are Unity Candles Allowed at Catholic Weddings?

Yeah, I think that the unity candle starts out with a good purpose. And the idea of our desire to show unity, especially at the time of a wedding when the couple are truly becoming one flesh. We want that unity to be shown. We want to see it. So the idea of the unity… Read More »

When an LGBTQ+ activist meets a priest

I was Catholic many, many years ago. My parents raised me Catholic, but I decided at a very young age that Catholicism wasn’t necessarily the path for me. Growing up, I was pretty effeminate and people would always latch onto that. And I would hear, “Ay, look at the bakla over there.” And I was… Read More »