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Father Mike Schmitz

How should a Christian react to “cancel culture”? Chances are that if you’ve been on social media or listened to the news in the past year, you’ve heard of “cancel culture.” Cancel culture is that practice of boycotting a person or group of people because of controversial actions or opinions.

The Ten Commandments tell us to “honor thy mother and father”, but what does that really look like? Especially for adult children?

The Catholic Church loves questions, but are we asking them for the right reasons? One of our Doctors of the Church, St. Thomas Aquinas, is known for asking the hardest questions we have for our faith. His summa is a book full of them, and some of the greatest saints

Father Mike Schmitz looks at the key to a happy death is not a long and fulfilled life—it’s a life of gratitude for the time given.

The Wednesday of Holy Week is known to many as “Spy Wednesday”, but it’s also known as the “Day of Aloneness.” The backstory behind this moniker can have a profound impact on the way we live our lives.

“Blame keeps us stuck…Taking responsibility gives us the opportunity to move forward.” In our difficult, fallen world, we are bound to face struggle. Sometimes our natural response to that struggle is to blame other things or people for why it’s happening—even to blame ourselves. While this makes us feel temporarily

Experience the first Catholic men’s conference that started it! 2021 Cincinnati Men’s Conference – Saturday, March 13th, 2021 8:00 a.m. The 2021 conference is shaping up to be an INCREDIBLE one. The speakers will be in person at the venue. We are allowing a live audience up to a certain

We often receive the behavior we are willing to tolerate, but what does that mean for our daily interactions?

If you begin to sin but don’t follow all the way through… is it still a sin? It depends.

by Christine Rousselle Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Jan 8, 2021 / 05:02 pm MT (CNA).- A Catholic podcast featuring a priest reading and analyzing the Bible has been at the top of the Apple Podcast charts since Jan. 2, ahead of secular podcasts produced by such organizations as The New York