It is Good to Learn the Beauty of Truth

By Matt D’Antuono | “Mr. D, why do we have to learn this stuff?” A question I wish I never had to hear, but a question which I am glad they at least take the time to ask. My response depends on the attitude with which the… Read the Whole Article at its Original...

Don’t Let Coronavirus Form Your Impression of Homeschooling

By John Clark | “We’re all homeschoolers now.” That’s a recurring meme that’s been making its way around the internet for the past few months. As schools have closed in response to Covid-19, parents across the country—many of… Read the Whole Article at its...

St. Joan of Arc on Stage, in Film, and in the Catechism

By Stephanie Mann | On May 30, 1431, after being found guilty of being a relapsed heretic and witch, Joan of Arc was burned alive at the stake in Rouen, France. She died repeating the name of Jesus. Her family worked for years… Read the Whole Article at its...

4 Missionaries on Making ‘Disciples of All Nations’

By Jim Graves | Shortly before his Ascension into heaven, Jesus gave his Apostles the Great Commission: “Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the holy… Read the Whole Article at its...

Mass schedule vs NC Governor Cooper; Communion style; LEO accompaniment

The Catholic Parish of Holy Redeemer (HR) in Andrews, North Carolina, covers the north-eastern half of Cherokee County (Valleytown township), the north-western half of Macon County (Nantahala township), and the entirety of Graham County, which boasts of its own “Mass...

No evidence St. John Paul II covered up abuse, investigators say

The postulator and the commission involved in investigating the life of Pope John Paul II for sainthood cause found no evidence that the pope knowingly neglected or covered up abuse scandals, the postulator said. Read the Whole Article at its Original...