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How The Catholic Church Created New Year’s Day

On this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys talk about how the Catholic Church invented New Year’s Day, why we celebrate Mary, Mother of God on the first day of the year, and why Catholics could be excommunicated for speaking about the Holy Prepuce.

In This Episode, You’ll Learn:

  • Why The New Year starts on January 1st because of a Renaissance Pope
  • Why January 1st is a Holy Day of Obligation for every Catholic
  • What Feast Day Catholics used to celebrate on New Year’s day before Vatican II
  • Why a Pope threatened excommunication to anyone who mentioned one particular part of Jesus’ body
  • And much more!

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7 comments on How The Catholic Church Created New Year’s Day

  1. Dorothy Coomarewel says:

    Enjoyed the Catholic Talk show . Very informative . Thank you .

  2. Jacinda Ramsey says:

    Thank you for the info and the laughs!

  3. Janis Moore says:

    Love your show

  4. Jacqueline Caprari says:

    Why do they fool around so much on the Talk Show? I find it distracts from the message they are trying to give us. I get it that they want the show to be light and come across as entertainment but they go too far in the clowning around. This is very off putting. Sorry!

  5. Coral says:

    Very funny. Good to have some light hearted humour mixed in with educational information on our Catholic faith. May we have more young, intelligent and faithful men join the priesthood to be the hope of the Church.

  6. Rose Fontes says:

    Happy New Year, guys! Thank you for helping us grow in our Catholic Faith 🙂

  7. Louise T Miller says:

    Hi, I agree with Jacqueline Capran. Your show has a lot to offer for information but the fooling does seem to go too far, almost crude in this one. It is fun to laugh at each other but please don’t let it get to where it takes away from the information being share.
    Thanks for your research.

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