Tag Archive: priests

Was Tolkien a Heretic?: Defending Tolkien’s Catholic Orthodoxy from the “Cloak-and-Dagger” Priest

Joseph Pearce, eminent Catholic literary scholar, refutes the accusations from “the cloak-and-dagger priest” that J.R.R. Tolkien’s works contain heretical elements.

Lord or Lady?: The Search for the Divine Gender

Read this exploration of the complex and controversial subject of whether God possesses a gender, drawing from various scriptural and cultural sources to formulate a Catholic hypothesis.


“‘Demons often make their presence known by scratching––on your walls, your ceilings, your closet, you name it. It’s a way of simultaneously playing with you, piquing your curiosity and frightening you; sort of their calling card or knock upon the door, if you like, saying, ‘Lemme in.’'” (Rated: PG)

Following the Light: An Epiphany Reflection

Fr. Frank Sacks, Chaplain of the Mother Seton Shrine in Emmitsburg, MD, shares this reflection about the search of the Wise Men for the Christ Child and the meaning of the Epiphany in our own stories of conversion.

The Divine Doctor: Suffering and Healing in the Christian Life

Fr. Brian Doerr explores the Gospel stories featuring Jesus as Divine Doctor, and the relationship between suffering and healing in the Christian life.

Visions in the Streets: A Movie Review of “Don Bosco”

Don Bosco, a saintly Catholic priest and mystical visionary, dedicates his life to helping the underprivileged youth of Turin, Italy, in spite of opposition he faces from all sides.

A Heart Set on Fire: Sunday Celebration of the Feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary

Fr. Timothy Marcoe speaks about the Feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary and how we too can follow her example to become hearts set on fire with the self-sacrificial love of Christ.

How We Begin: The Story of Felix and Adauctus, Martyrs

Discover the heroic martyrdom of St. Felix and his nameless companion in this gripping short story.

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