The Shroud of Turin Ascension Thursday May 2010 by Joe Marmion To see the face of Christ, to see the wounds he suffered, the wounds of the scourging were particularly visible as dots and dashes all over His body. Not an I blinded eye came to read the silent summation of your dying on that [...]
Well, not actually Mary, but girls from Nazareth from over 100 years ago. These are actually Nazarean girls getting water from the same well where Mary got water every day 2,000 years ago. To see the pictures of the well, the cave of the Annunciation and the altar that says, “The Word Became Flesh Here!” [...]
To listen to the archived show, click here. For other listening options and info, click here. 1. Why do you have a skull on your desk and what do you mean it talks to you? 2. What is the liturgical norm as to who can distribute ashes? Only priests and deacons? 3. How did Lent [...]
Steve will join Sean Herriott on Relevant Radio on Monday to celebrate the Feast of St. Paul’s Conversion (January 25). In anticipation of my radio shows I am posting my St. Paul Timeline so everyone can get the big picture. When I was teaching my series on Acts of the Apostles (see the audio CDs here) I decided [...]
Usually EWTN shows my documentaries broken up in half hour segments but on Sunday, January 1 at 5 PM Eastern they will show the whole documentary from beginning to end. Hope you enjoy it! If you want to buy a copy to own click here.
Click on the image below to listen to our podcast. We discussed Bethlehem, the truth of the Bible, and and the birth of Christ. It was a fun and lively discussion. Join us for a virtual tour of Bethlehem.
VATICAN CITY, DEC. 25, 2011 (Zenit.org).- Benedict XVI has restored the tradition of proclaiming the birth of Christ with the chanting of the “Kalenda.” The chant culminated the prayer vigil in St. Peter’s Square on Christmas Eve, which was accompanied by the unveiling of the life-size Nativity Scene. THE PROCLAMATION OF THE BIRTH OF CHRIST [...]
ROME, DEC. 24, 2011 (Zenit.org).- For Christians in so many countries around the world — Iraq, Pakistan, Egypt, and others — and even for Christians in Bethlehem, the celebration of Christmas means facing particular difficulty. In Iraq, for example, where another round of suicide bombings on Thursday killed some 70 people, there will be no [...]
Monday at 4 PM Eastern: “The Stones Cry Out: the Apologetics of Archaeology” with Al Kresta on Ave Maria Radio. Link to Archaeology article mentioned on Al’s show. Monday at 6 PM Eastern: Catholic Answers Live: “The War Against Christmas” Click here for the Islamic Scholar saying that saying that “Merry Christmas” is more evil [...]
Today I will be on Relevant Radio discussing Bethlehem and the Birth of Our Lord Jesus. I wrote this article which I thought you might enjoy and find informative. By the way, the picture below was taken from a mural painted in the Chapel of Angels in Shepherd’s Field in Bethlehem where the shepherds were [...]
My insurance agent sent out a promotional flier with a “Holiday Special.” Plastered on the front of the oversized envelop was “Merry, Merry, Merry!” Then nothing! Why not finish it with what we all expect — Merry CHRISTMAS! People are cowards and afraid to say something that 99% of people want to hear and 1% [...]
It appears from recent discoveries that the Holy Family was kicked out of Bethlehem the morning after Jesus was born. The great historian and social commentator Jay Leno has disclosed that disgruntled citizens of Bethlehem went to the Town Council and complained. The Council decided that a Nativity Scene was NOT allowed in Bethlehem — [...]
Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception Today is a Holy Day of Obligation Make sure to get to Mass today! If you want to understand the Immaculate Conception, or let’s say, if you want your young kids to understand it — then get my DVD Mary, Mother of God. In this movie I fall into a [...]