Today is the Feast Day of St. Michael the Archangel We couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate the feast day than praying the Chaplet of St. Michael with Mother Angelica! We ask everyone to pray this with us today for the continued success of Catholic radio and for all those who have no one to… Read More


The world of men is careening into greater and greater chaos.  Blood thirsty slaughter of civilians by Islamists.  The wholesale holocaust of babies through abortion.  The growing power of secular governments and media juggernauts who use propaganda and advertising to manipulate opinion and control the masses.  The edicts of judges that overturn the age old understanding of… Read More


WHEN a child of seven years, Teresa ran away from her home at Avila in Spain, in the hope of being martyred by the Moors. Being brought back and asked the reason of her flight, she replied, “I want to see God, and I must die before I can see Him.” She then began with… Read More


“Best City in the World in Which to be Broke” – Ven. Fulton J. Sheen   Be blessed, O most pure Virgin, for having vouchsafed to manifest your shining with life, sweetness and beauty, in the Grotto of Lourdes, saying to the child, St. Bernadette: “I am the Immaculate Conception.” A thousand times we congratulate… Read More


Today is the feast day of one of my all time favorite saints. A saint who forged the principles of Aristotelian philosophy with the principles of Christianity. He is honored as a Doctor of the Church, and considered the Church’s greatest theologian and philosopher. He was an Italian Dominican friar and Catholic priest. An immensely… Read More


      Today is a beautiful Marian feast day. Pope Saint John Paul II gave this prayer while in Guadalupe – Please pray this today with your family: ~Mexico, January 1979. Visiting Her Basilica during his first foreign trip as Pope~ “O Immaculate Virgin, Mother of the true God and Mother of the Church!,… Read More


    FEAST DAY OF SAN JUAN DIEGO St Juan Diego Cuauhtlatoatzin (1474-1548). Little is known about the life of Juan Diego before his conversion, but tradition and archaelogical and iconographical sources, along with the most important and oldest indigenous document on the event of Guadalupe, “El Nican Mopohua” (written in Náhuatl with Latin characters,… Read More


Modern Man’s Aversion to Kings and Kingdoms The word “monarchy” comes from the Latin, monarchia, meaning, “absolute rule, the ruling of one.”  Monarchies, a form of human government, are ruled by a king (or queen) and have been around since early human history.  Much of Western civilization has its roots in monarchies.  Today, while about 20%… Read More


We’re in a spiritual war, and in this war there is no neutrality. The combatants are God, the Immaculate Virgin, the saints, the devil, demon hordes, angelic hosts of immense power, and you. The weapons are humble prayer, frequent fasting, and unwavering faith. “For we are not contending against flesh and blood,” says St. Paul, “but against the… Read More


The cross is a scandal. The cross is foolishness to the world. Sadly, all too many Catholics today are ashamed of the Holy Cross. Crucifixes are removed from sanctuaries. The mass is no longer described as the sacrifice of Calvary renewed and re-presented. Rather, it is portrayed simply a community meal, a time of fellowship and… Read More