Tag Archives: Eucharist

New Evangelization and the Human Desire for Christ

Yesterday we began meditating upon strategies of evangelization as we find them in the Acts of the Apostles. We considered how it was the desire for the salvation of the jailer’s soul that kept Paul and Silas in prison, for even when the doors had been opened by the angel, they did not leave. So… Read More »

Eucharist Real Presence (How To Prepare To Receive)

(gentle music) – Sometimes we call the Mass boring, impersonal, or irrelevant, because we don’t feel like we’re getting anything out of it. Now if we don’t feel like we’re getting anything out of it, we have to ask the question, what are we putting into it? Have we prepared ourself to receive Jesus’ body,… Read More »

C4: Ignite Your Catholic Faith – What Happens to the Bread & Wine?

It’s just bread and wine. What’s the big deal? Isn’t the bread and wine, just really, bread and wine? As Catholics, we believe that at every single Mass, the bread and wine offered on the altar, are transformed into the body and blood of Christ-the Sacrament of the Eucharist. It takes a remarkable faith to… Read More »

Bible Prophecy 2014: Crisis in the Catholic Church

Welcome to Revelation Unraveled, I’m your host, William Tapley, also known as the Third Eagle of the Apocalypse, and the Co-Prophet of the End Times. Jesus said that the Great Tribulation begins when we see the Abomination of Desolation as spoken of by Daniel the prophet, and for those of us who are Catholic, the… Read More »

An Archbishop Joins a Catholic Men’s Group

(upbeat music) – We’ve been meeting with some people. They’ve been coming to me or I’ve been going to some of their settings in order just to talk about the reality of family life within their particular context. I’ve been told it’s a men’s group. Not quite sure what we’ll encounter when we get there.… Read More »

21st Sunday in Ordinary Time (C) 25th August 2019

Andrew Greeley talks about a young man who had been reported killed in action came home from a prisoner of war camp. His family and his buddies and even his girlfriend had mourned him as dead and then more or less got over their grief. His sudden reappearance was disconcerting, to say the least. They… Read More »

Did the Emperor Constantine found the Catholic Church?

¿Acaso Constantino fundó la Iglesia Católica Romana? Un reclamo que se ve muy presente en las opiniones y escritos de anti-católicos particularmente entre fundamentalistas es el “hecho” que Constantino fundó a la Iglesia Católica Esto es algo imposible de sostener como hecho si sabes al menos algo de historia de este periodo. Es claro que… Read More »

Calvinist Pastor turns Catholic Biblical Scholar | Xt3 Interview

So I’m Dr John Bergsma. I teach at the Franciscan University near Pittsburgh in the US. Our school’s claim to fame is the biggest theology department in any Catholic school in North America. We produce a ton of youth pastors and religious ed teachers and catechists, and my role is to put everybody through Bible… Read More »