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Friday, April 3, 2020

The Symbols of Christmas – a 3-min. video from Catholic Central

In this short 3-minute video, the good people at Catholic Central talk about Santa (St. Nicholas), Christmas trees, and the Creche. Suitable for older...

Bishop Barron speaks on the “The Call of Justice” at the Library of Congress...

Bishop Robert Barron was invited to speak at the Library of Congress on October 29, 2019. He spoke to a bipartisan group of Senators,...

Spirituality and Mental Health

An important topic! From the team at Catholic Central. Suitable for middle schoolers and up -- but please PRE-SCREEN this video before sharing to be...

Catholic Central presents: The Spiritual Works of Mercy (6-min. video)

The team at Catholic Central offers this 6-minute summary of the Spiritual Works of Mercy. Suitable for most audiences. Always preview videos before sharing! Image credit: Courtesy...

Pray for Kanye: The Pressure of Public Conversion

Sometimes the news in the entertainment world needs commentary. Kanye West's recent conversion to Christianity is making news. Fr. Mike Schmitz, via Ascension Presents,...

Bishop Barron answers questions from children

30 minutes with Bishop Robert Barron on The Word on Fire Show answering questions from children. Subjects include Adam and Eve, Jesus' selection of Judas...

Old Testament God VS. New Testament God

Fr. Mike Schmitz, from Ascension Presents, offers an explanation of how God doesn't change, even though some people think God acted much differently in...

Care for the Environment

Care for the Environment is a 6-minute video from Catholic Central. Suitable for middleschoolers and older. Image Credit: Courtesy of Catholic Central.

Can Catholics Celebrate Halloween? – a message from Life Teen

Share this with young people. The message is: Have wholesome fun, but avoid evil! Watch it and share it. Good for middle schoolers and...

One Sister’s Vocation Story: From the Daughters of St. Paul

A beautiful story from the Daughters of St. Paul. Share this with middle-schoolers, teens, and adults. Learn more here. Image credit: Daughters of St. Paul