The Immaculate Conception explained in an easy way 2

Does the Immaculate Conception still have you scratching your head?

My recent posts on the subject have generated some good reactions, even if many of my Protestant readers remain dubious.

Here’s an outstanding, and brief, video on the subject by the always entertaining Fr. Mike Schmidt.

I hope you find it helpful in understanding why Catholics believe the way they do. More…

The mystery of the saints 1

By Tom Quiner


This is an interesting saint.

He was martyred for his faith by the Roman Empire in 305AD. His blood was collected by a woman named Eusebia as a relic. This blood is stored in hermetically sealed vials. The blood has hardened with time.

Inexplicably, it liquefies three times a year, including his feast day, which was yesterday.

Pray for this culture, St. Januarius, that our hardened hearts are melted by Christ’s boundless love for each of us.