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, […]

Blessed Carlo Acutis: Meet the Teen Who Could become the First Millennial Saint

6 minutes By Christopher Centrella, Franciscan University Alleluia! Alleluia! “Death is defeated! The King is alive!” Just this past Saturday, October 10, the Holy Father beatified the first millennial, Blessed Carlo Acutis. Carlo was a regular teenager in so many ways—he enjoyed playing video games, was a computer genius, and loved hanging out with friends. But above […]

How Marian Apparitions Remind Us of the Power of Mary’s Intercession

3 minutes By Sarah Richthammer As Catholics, we give Mary a place of high honor. We do not worship her, because worship is for God alone. However, as Jesus’ mother, Mary has a unique relationship with God. By following her example, we can become closer to Christ. Catholics have been bringing their needs to Mary for centuries. […]