Only God

How can he do that? The Jews asked that 2000 years ago, and many Catholics ask it today? But maybe that’s the wrong question. Let’s talk ...

Legacy

You will be remembered by what you leave behind for others. What will that be? A treasure chest of gold and silver? A lake of love? Or something you’d rather not consider? You still have time to shape your legacy. Let’s talk ...

In Silence

Almost from the beginning of the Church 2000 years ago, great saints have been chilling with God everyday. Do you want to know more about that? Let’s talk ...

Going Further

Unless your righteousness surpasses that of the scribes and Pharisees ... (Matt 5:29). We hear it all the time: “You aren’t the judge of me!” Well, that’s not exactly the truth, of course. While none of us will ever be the One who sends someone to hell, could we be the cause of someone going …

God Is God

As he does his morning prayers, Herman realizes that today is not the best day for him to take on the job of being God. If you’ve ever struggled with authority in your life, you’re not alone. 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 ...

Expect The Unexpected

These things are not new to God, of course, but they often serve as fresh moments of inspiration to ordinary people — and mice too!

Question Everything!

The Bible tells us to ask, seek, and even knock. We have questions. Life is full of questions. And there is an answer to every question. So question everything. 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.