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We start off with Weekend Readiness for the last week of Advent. Suzie Andres joins the show to discuss What Every Catholic Should Know, then we wrap up with former […]

Bishop Fulton Sheen on The Blessed Virgin Mary: The Woman I Love *Fruits of the Holy Ghost

Jesuit Fr. Robert Spitzer tackles the topic of recognizing and overcoming spiritual evil. His focus is the human heart. His goal: our moral and spiritual transformation, which leads to true […]

Sermons 12/17/20 †Forces of the Great Reset have used COVID to advance an Evil Agenda *Don’t Live the Double Standard with COVID *Guadalupe, The Eucharist, & Mercy for Dark Times […]

Dr. Peter Kwasniewski returns to discuss his new book and restoring Eucharistic reverence in an age of impiety. The Holy Bread of Eternal Life Letter From a Priest to His […]

St John Henry Newman and Our Lady *The Marian Issue in the Church Today *Advent ‘Tis the Season to Be Marian

YouTuber and Social Commentor Sarah Corriher returns for Timely Topics to discuss a cashless society and protecting children. Governor Cooper’s Proclamation for Children: ‘Gender Expansive Parent’s Day’ Sarah’s Crusader Gal […]

Our Lady of Guadalupe 1531 *Guadalupe and a Culture of Chastity *Our Lady of Guadalupe and Revelation 12 *The Tomb of St Francis and The Tilma of Guadalupe

Matt Archbold explains the difference between the Laws of God and the Laws of Man and the role they play in his new book. American Antigone, a modern story about […]

St Nicholas and Conquering All Scandal through Holy Fear of the Lord *Is Advent just Four Weeks on The Calendar? *Why St Juan Diego?

Dan Lynch gives us the history of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Thomas Harvey shares an update of the Massachusetts infanticide amendment to the state budget. Dan Lynch Apostolates

Pedro L Gonzalez joins the show to explore if there is a future for our republic. A Defunct Republic After The Republic Pedro on Twitter

We welcome back Bill Whittle to discuss The Cult of Computers, Experts, and More. Is Climate Change Real? The Stolen Election, Pt. 1: AMERICAN PRAVDA The Stolen Election, Pt. 2: […]

Congressman Paul Gosar from Arizona discuss his #StopTheSteaI letter on #RevolverNews, then Michael Hichborn from The Lepanto Institute exposes the source of money funding abortion in Women’s Prison from Catholic […]

Joseph Pearce discusses what dystopian literature can teach us today especially the work of Robert Hugh Benson. Robert Hugh Benson, Literary Converts, and the Church in a Dystopian Age Joseph […]

We discuss two new books perfect for Christmas, first with Raymond Arroyo of EWTN then with Tome Peterson of Catholics Come Home. The Spider Who Saved Christmas The Willpower Advantage

Raymond Ibrahim explains what is happening with Christian Persecutions in Armenia, France, and other parts of the west. Chipped Away into Nonexistence: Armenia Surrounded by Islam Why Are Churches in […]

R Cort Kirkwood returns to the show to discuss the question “Is It Time For America To Get a Divorce?” Yes, It’s Time For A Divorce. We Just Can’t Get […]

Welcome Emmanuel Radio Listeners For the past 13 years, Ray Lauring and his family – the founders of Emmanuel Radio – brought great Catholic programming to the Worcester region. With […]

The Catholic Church celebrates the feast day of The Holy Innocents within the Octave of Christmas. Read our recent article on this important Octave season here.    Feast of The […]

We all have questions about Christmas. Where did its name come from? What is its history? Why is it when it is? So, here are some answers to common questions […]

Embedded within the Christmas season is an “octave”–a period of eight days–celebrated from Christmas day to January 1st . Three primary octaves reside on the Church calendar: Christmas, Easter, and […]

Starting December 17, the season of Advent gets even more intense with anticipation. The Church has chosen special Antiphons and Readings for the following week to help prepare the world […]

What is the Purpose of Advent? “But when the fullness of time had come, God sent his Son, born of a woman, born under the law, to ransom those under […]

The feast of the Immaculate Conception was recently celebrated on December 8th, so here are 8 things you need to know about this important teaching of the Catholic Church.   […]

This is Part 1 of a series of blog posts on Ethics and Morals. Each blog post will feature a different aspect of ethics and morality taken from Scripture and […]

St. Josaphat was a Ruthenian Catholic Bishop who is venerated in both the Latin and Ruthenian Rites. His calls for unity between the Eastern and Western Rites of the Catholic […]

St. John Paul II is known for his teachings on marriage and the family, bringing the Catholic Church into the new millennium, and his outreach to the global church outside […]