At The Foot Of The Cross

When was the last time you stood at the foot of the cross with the mother of Jesus and the disciple John too? In the Holy Eucharist, this eternal moment in time is remembered daily when the bread is broken. Come, stand with them at His feet today. Let’s talk ...

Crabby, Ole Scribes

The story of Jesus and the scribes like you’ve probably never heard it told before. Old South Bible stories with a Catholic accent based on the “Daily Readings.” Let’s talk ...

High Seas

The Apostles were in a terrible situation out there on the Sea of Galilee, but it’s not unlike the situation you’re in right now. Really! No kidding! Let’s talk ...

Sad Trad

Sacred tradition is the only tradition that should be considered in the discussion of Church leadership and direction. All other tradition is man made and can divide the Church if we are not careful. Let’s talk ...

Interpreting Scripture

Not just anyone can interpret Scripture. God speaks to us in human ways. To interpret Scripture accurately, you have to understand what the human authors were trying to communicate. But you also must know what God wanted to reveal by their words. Let’s talk ...

Understanding The Word

The Catechism explains something very intriguing. “The Word of God is not a written or mute word.” It is incarnate and living. And that changes everything! Let’s talk ...

Speaking Divinely

Rather than debate whether God is right or wrong, wise men learn to listen when He speaks and obey what He commands. Wise men still seek Him. Let’s talk ...

The Secret

Because of the magisterium, we are able to read the writings of the Church fathers, who documented the early history of the Church, and say, “Yes! I recognize that.” If this makes sense to you, let’s talk ...

Papa says

We’re talking with “Papa” to get some unique perspectives on the Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC). You’re invited to come along for the ride.

Sacred Scripture! Sacred Tradition!

Have you ever wondered how sacred scripture made it from Abraham to Moses? From Moses to the Apostles? From the Apostles to Gutenberg? And from Gutenberg to today? The answer is, "mostly, orally — and with complete accuracy!" Let's talk ...