Given the example of the Cross, the answer is: Not hardly. Take a look at this article about a nun who “loved too much,” readers: She was executed for loving too much: Meet Sr. Aguchita Larry Peterson - published on 05/27/21 She was killed in 1987 in the Amazon regions of Peru, determined to continue helping people … Continue reading Can One Love Too Much?
Learn more through the link below, readers: Artist Neilson Carlin explains masterful new icon of Vietnamese martyr J-P Mauro - published on 05/16/21 Carlin expressed how the stories of the martyrs "haunt" him and inspire his faith and art. The Catholic artistic tradition is filled with masterpieces from the greatest painters mankind has to offer. These masters … Continue reading Modern Art for a Modern Martyr
It is said that those who sing actually pray twice. When one listens to the Gregorian chant, this is not hard to believe, readers. Those magnificent chants have persisted down the centuries for a reason! Modern artists are trying their hand at writing music that, if it is not eternal, it is at least pleasant … Continue reading Of Faith and Prayer
Click the link to learn more, readers! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d-w-dQMTEkk French nuns record thousands of hours of Gregorian chant for new app J-P Mauro - published on 03/02/21 The Neumz app compiles every Catholic chant of the 3-year liturgical calender. A community of Benedictine nuns from France are using their God-given talents to spread their love of Gregorian chant. … Continue reading The Music of Eternity
In honor of Father’s Day it seemed appropriate to post these links to information about the patron saint of fathers. St. Joseph is a relatively enigmatic and underappreciated figure in the Bible; here are two articles about the oft-overlooked member of the Holy Family: 10 Things you should know about St. Joseph Renata Sedmakova … Continue reading Honor Thy Father and Thy Mother
Here we have another review of a work produced by author Kai Wai Cheah (who also uses the name Benjamin Cheah and Kit Sun Cheah). Dungeon Samurai Vol. 1: Kamikaze* comes from the creator of Amp, a superhero in Silver Empire’s Heroes’ Unleashed* universe. It is also a fascinating new look at the isekai genre. … Continue reading Review – Dungeon Samurai Vol. 1: Kamikaze (An Anti-LitRPG Dungeon Crawl) by Kit Sun Cheah
The visions that various saints and mystics have seen over time are not dogmas – that is, they are not items of faith which the Catholic Church requires her children to believe. Catholics can accept as true or disbelieve in the private visions of the beatified as they wish. It is not necessary for them … Continue reading Happy Easter to All!
Check out this great piece by John C. Wright, readers: Fictions and Faith: Catholic Sci-Fi Writer John C. Wright Discusses His Craft Convert-writer feels no need to hide his faith from his readers. BOOKS | JUL. 11, 2020 K.V. Turley “No science fiction writer is imaginative enough to have pictured this combination of hysteria, incompetence, malice … Continue reading Words from a Master
Click the link to learn more, readers: Inside Antarctica’s Catholic Ice Chapel, the World’s Southernmost Church by ChurchPOP Editor - Dec 30, 2015 Praising God at the South Pole! via adventure-network Antarctica is an amazing giant continent at the south pole of our globe. Braving winter temperatures of over a hundred degrees Fahrenheit below zero, a few thousand people … Continue reading Antarctic Chapel
….But that does not make it irrelevant by any stretch of the imagination. Click the link to read more of this fascinating piece from Sci-Fi/Fantasy Grandmaster John C. Wright, readers! Faith and Works in a Science Fictional Universe John C. Wright August 1, 2016 Few men have ever hated Christ as much as I have, … Continue reading It’s an Older Article….