Of all the world’s religions, The Catholic Church has traditionally had the healthiest relationship with alcohol. We are not excessively Puritanical in shunning drink, nor are we cultists seeking enlightenment in intoxication. We give the just thanks for God’s gifts and treat them as such.
On this episode of the Catholic Talk Show, the guys discuss how the Catholic Church gave us Scotch, Champagne, amazing monk-brewed beers, and more contributions to the world of (lower case) spirits.
Do Catholic Priests really encounter head spinning demons during an exorcism? What does the Catholic Church teach about Ghosts & Demons? Which recent Pope did the famed exorcist consider the most powerful exorcist?
On this episode of the Catholic Talk Show, the guys talk about exorcism, demons, ghost, and the supernatural in the Catholic Church.
Link to PDF of the diary of Father Raymond Bishop who participated in the 1949 exorcism that inspired the film “The Exorcist”
Are you a bad Catholic if you smoke, drink, swear, and use drugs?
On this episode of the Catholic Talk Show, we are joined by Michael Knowles from The Daily Wire to discuss those common vices that have stigmas attached to them.
A lot of people think the Church is ascientific—but it’s actually quite the opposite. In fact, some of the greatest scientific achievements of all time are directly owed to the Catholic Church
On this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys discuss some groundbreaking scientific achievements and contributions of the Catholic Church.
Almost everybody thinks they know the stories in the Bible: The Garden of Eden, Noah’s Ark, Jesus walking on water. But there is WAAAAY more in the Bible than the normal stories you heard in Sunday School.
On this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys discuss some odd things you may have missed that are in the Bible.
The Catholic faith has always had a deeply intertwined relationship with food. Whether it is the apple in the Garden of Eden, The Manna from Heaven, The Passover Meal, The MIracle of the Wine, The Multiplication of the Fish and Loaves, or the Eucharist itself, food plays a central role in our faith.
But there are common foods that you eat every day, that if it were not for the Catholic Church, you probably wouldn’t eat.
In this episode, the guys discuss the Catholic origin of 4 of your favorite foods and the history behind them.