The Eucharist and John 6: A Former Protestant’s Perspective

11 minutes By Jack Morgan, Auburn University One of the dividing issues between Protestants and Catholics consists in what we believe takes place during the celebration of the Lord’s Supper. Catholics — and all other ancient Christian sects for that matter — have always upheld belief in the “Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist.” That is, […]

Can a Catholic be a Politician?

2 minutes By Grady Stuckman Within our country, there arises an important question. Considering all the issues that embattle American politics, can a Catholic, in good conscience and in preservation of virtue, become a politician?  An easy solution is to simply withdraw from everything and live a life of prayer and penance. Some Catholics are indeed called […]