PODCAST: May 13th is the 100th anniversary of Mary, Mother of God appearing to three shepherd children in Fatima, Portugal. She gave them three secrets about the fate of the world and asked everyone to pray for peace and for the souls in Hell. She also allowed up to 100,000 people see the Miracle of the Sun so that all may believe!
PODCAST: March 25th is the solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord, when the Archangel Gabriel visited Mary of Nazareth and announced she had been chosen to be the Mother of God. We can learn a few valuable lessons from this story, including trusting in God and that nothing is impossible with Him.
PODCAST: Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent, a 40 day period of abstinence and fasting which prepares us for Easter. Learn the history of Lent and how and why we practice this penitential season each year. Five Minute Faith also has a suggestion to help you make this the most spiritual Lenten season yet!
PODCAST: US President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu recently met to reinforce to the world the importance of a strong allience between their two countries. Christians and Jews alike should know why a strong relationship between both countries is so important to us and God.
PODCAST: Recent events give hope we've reached a turning point in the right to life movement. With support from a willing Presidential administration, a future Supreme Court, and a relentless pro-life majority in our country, life is winning in America.
PODCAST: Today's patron saint of writers, publishers, authors and the press, Paul's conversion to Christianity literally knocked him off his (high) horse.
PODCAST: Forget your old New Year's Resolution. Here's one you can keep: Enhance your personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Start by praying for five minutes everyday. It's not too late. Start today.
PODCAST: Would you believe Mary if she told you how she was with child? Would you believe Jesus if he appeared today? To some seeing is believing. But Jesus says those who believe without seeing are blessed.
PODCAST: The Holy Day celebrating the Immaculate Conception is often confused with the Annunciation. Do you know the difference?
PODCAST: Advent is the four Sundays leading up to Christmas. Many Christian denominations have different traditions during Advent. How does your church celebrate Advent in preparation for the birth of Christ?