025: Why Mary is the Ark of the New Covenant

I’ve made no bones about the fact that Mary was easily the most difficult issue I faced in becoming Catholic. This show is about the scriptural argument that got me over the hump. In the last two episodes (23 & 24), we dealt with the Immaculate Conception. This time, we’re going to fill in some […]

024: Part 2 – How To Explain the Immaculate Conception from the Bible

The more you understand it, the more you realize the Immaculate Conception is a fundamental part of the Gospel message. And, yes, it’s in the Bible…big time. This is part 2 of what I started in Episode 23. This episode is going to focus on the Angel Gabriel’s encounter with Mary in the Annunciation scene […]

Happy Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe!!

Celebrate the feast with a short clip about this great apparition from The Bible and the Virgin Mary. Also, don’t forget I’m leading a pilgrimage to Guadalupe from February 11-16, 2016. Come on with me! Click here for details. For now, enjoy the show!

Apparitions, Tattoos, and St. Juan Diego

If tattoos are a good barometer of Marian piety, then Our Lady of Guadalupe has got to be one of the most popular Marian feast days of them all. Lots of people know that in 1531, Our Lady appeared to a peasant man named Juan Diego in Mexico City. And every year, millions of people […]

023: How To Explain the Immaculate Conception from the Bible

<Scroll to bottom for Podcast> You may love Mary, but can you explain the Immaculate Conception? Better yet, can you explain it from the pages of the Bible? The dogma that Mary was preserved from the moment of her conception from the effects of Original Sin is one of the most important, yet misunderstood Catholic teachings. […]

022: Why Catholic Bibles Are BIGGER

It’s not just because we want to look cool or think bigger is better. Catholic Bibles are simply bigger than Protestant Bibles. (And I don’t mean they’re printed in a larger font. I mean ours have more books than theirs.) The question is “Why?” It’s a huge issue…one of, dare I say, biblical proportions. One of the […]