077: Next Level Queenship of Mary

<Scroll to bottom for podcast> You may think you’ve heard it all when it comes to Mary. Think again. I’m betting that my buddy Curtis Mitch is going to lay some new thoughts on you about Our Lady as we continue to celebrate May, the month of Mary, on this episode of the Art of […]

069: Answering Luther: Finding (Catholic) Faith in Sacred Scripture

Twenty years ago, I lost my faith. I didn’t lose my belief in or about faith, but I officially gave up the certainty that I had enough of it to be saved. It was Easter Vigil, 1998. That’s when I became Catholic. 2017 is the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Rebell…I mean, Reformation. It’s been […]

Do Whatever He Tells You

Last Sunday (Jan 7th) we had one of my favorite Gospel stories – the Wedding Feast at Cana. It’s a great passage to reflect upon. And though I’ve never had a guest post, I thought this would be an excellent opportunity to introduce to you JP Nunez, a young man with whom I used to work at […]

060: Advent-Christmas Typology Minicast

A little bit of knowledge goes a long way…especially when it comes to prayer and Scripture. In fact, you don’t need to have any hardcore theological training or lots of letters after your name to get a lot out of prayer. That said, actually studying the Bible – what Pope Benedict XVI calls the “soul of theology” […]

059: Unleashing the Rosary with Fr. Don Calloway

In case you hadn’t noticed, we’re at war. We need a weapon. A powerful one. One feared by the Devil. Most of us already have one. <SCROLL DOWN FOR AUDIO PLAYER> It’s called the rosary. And if wielded properly it cuts through the darkness like a light saber (especially if it’s glow-in-the-dark:). In this special […]

058: Why the Catholic Priesthood is Totally Biblical

I’ve heard it. You’ve heard it. I used to even say it! “The Catholic priesthood isn’t biblical.”…Wrong! If you were to boil the (so-called) Protestant  Reformation down to its essence, it basically did away with the priesthood. Most Protestants have no sacramental life because there are no priests to give them the sacraments. (Most don’t believe in […]