The appearance of Our Lady of Guadalupe to Saint Juan Diego in December of 1531 is one of the most amazing and powerful events in human history. The miraculous image she left behind continues to confound scientists and inspire believers nearly 500 years later.
On this Episode of the Catholic Talk Show, the guys share 8 astounding facts about Our Lady of Guadalupe.
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By The Catholic Talk Show — 5 months ago
On this episode, the guys talk about Fat Tuesday, Ash Wednesday, and Catholic Lenten Traditions – plus the Catholic origin of McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish and the traditional 40 Day Beer Only Lenten Fast!
In this episode we’ll cover:
- What foods do Catholics eat on Fat Tuesday?
- Where do the ashes come from for Ash Wednesday?
- What foods can’t Catholics eat during Lent?
- The Catholic origins of the McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish
- The traditional 40-day beer-only Lenten fast
- And Much More!
If you want to support Father Michael Nixon rebuild as was suggested in the episode, you can view his GoFundMe page here
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By The Catholic Talk Show — 11 months ago
In this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys are joined by Fr. Justin Fletcher to discuss why traditional Catholic practices and devotions are so important and which ones should be brought back.
In this episode, you will learn:
• What are Rogation Days?
• What are Ember Days?
• What Is The First Friday Devotion?
• Why Altar Rails make more sense that lines?
• Why don’t Catholics still have meatless Fridays?
• What is the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter?
Show Notes & Links:
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- Personal Ordinate of the Chair of Saint Peter – https://ordinariate.net/
- Rogation Days
- Ember Days
- First Friday Devotion
By The Catholic Talk Show — 8 months ago
In this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys are joined by Historian Steve Weidenkopf to debunk myths and lies about The Crusades. Deus Vult!
In this episode, you will learn
- Why every Catholic should be thankful for the Crusades
- What was the true cause of the Crusades?
- Were the Crusades unprovoked wars of aggression?
- How Many Crusades were there?
- The truth behind the sacks of Jerusalem and Constantinople
- The unbelievable truth behind the “Children’s Crusade”?
- Were the Crusaders murderous thugs or valiant knights?
- Do The Crusades continue to be a cause of tension with Islam?
- and much more!
Show Links & Resources:
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