Category Archives: Catholic Media

Where There is Darkness- Divine Mercy & The Death Penalty

Where There is Darkness, a new movie has been released on the Death Penalty & Divine Mercy. The story features a priest who wrote extensively on his opposition to the death penalty and ironically this priest was murdered. Here an interview with Marigrace Bailey and Laura Heraly, Lay Members of the Marian Moment of Priests talking about the movie and God’s Divine Mercy.

Good Friday to be removed from town’s calendar

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All About the Grace Editor

Is Christianity under attack under the guise of inclusivity? This is a question worth reflecting as an ongoing trend continues to emerge across the United States to remove civic markers which identify our culture’s Christian heritage. One Indiana town intends to remove “Good Friday” and “Columbus Day” from its calendar as a way of being ‘inclusive.’

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Best holiday commercial-Catholic Priest & Muslim Imam

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Catholic Priest and his Muslim friend shop Amazon. This might be the best commercial this holiday season. CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO.

 

Me Without You–Toby Mac–Lego Version

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Me Without You–Toby Mac–Lego Version—CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO

‘Do not close your eyes to the rise of radical Islam’


 Speaker Al Kresta greets Bishop James S. Wall of the Diocese of Gallup, N.M., after his presentation at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish in Carmel on Oct. 3. Kresta is president and CEO of Ave Maria Radio and host of “Kresta in the Afternoon.” (Photo by Brigid Curtis Ayer)

Speaker Al Kresta greets Bishop James S. Wall of the Diocese of Gallup, N.M., after his presentation at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish in Carmel on Oct. 3. Kresta is president and CEO of Ave Maria Radio and host of “Kresta in the Afternoon.” (Photo by Brigid Curtis Ayer)

By Brigid Curtis Ayer (For The Catholic Moment)

CARMEL — Al Kresta, president and CEO of Ave Maria Radio and host of “Kresta in the Afternoon,” delivered a talk about the rising tide of Islamic jihadism, Oct. 3, to a full church at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish.

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