fbpx
Wednesday, January 29, 2020
  • Home

Fr. Mike Schmitz

video

Hope in the New Year

With each new year come new hopes, new plans, and new opportunities. Fr. Mike points out that this optimism and this “spirit” of New Year’s is a great inspiration for the interior life of the Christian.
video

It’s Not Always Wrong to be Jealous!

If you’re wondering about the difference between jealousy and envy, Fr. Mike clears up the confusion in this video. Simply put, jealousy is not wanting to share something or someone you possess or hope to possess, and...
video

Anti-Fragile Faith

Christian faith and Christian joy are more than mere feelings. Faith is confidence in the Person and promises of God. Joy is the sense of well- being that is the fruit of something else. It is the...
video

Do All Good People go to Heaven?

Good people go to heaven when they die, right? Well, according to the Gospels, not exactly. Fr. Mike Schmitz points to at least four things Christ says we need for salvation: 1. ...
video

Why We Need Boundaries

We all have those people in our lives whom we love, but just ask too much of us. Establishing boundaries in relationships can be hard, but it is necessary. Even Jesus did it when he spent time with just...
video

Hell Is for Real

It’s a question that arises whenever someone challenges the beliefs of Christianity: If God is all-loving, why does he send people to hell? Some Christians choose to believe that hell doesn’t exist, or if it does, then only those...
video

Inspiration to Stop Complaining

St. Paul wrote to the Thessalonians, “In all things give thanks” (1 Thessalonians 5:18). In this video, Fr. Mike shows us how to live up to that challenge, helping us to see that everything we complain about can be...
video

Why Non-Catholics Can’t Receive Communion

Holy Communion is not just a member privilege the Catholic Church offers to Catholics. It is an expression of the pre-existing reality that the communicant believes the Eucharist is the Body and Blood of Jesus. In this video, Fr....
video

The Church & Immigration

On the issue of immigration, the Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "The more prosperous nations are obliged, to the extent they are able, to welcome the foreigner in search of the security and the means of livelihood which...
video

Will My Pet Be in Heaven?

The question addressed in this video runs much deeper than the cartoon classic All Dogs Go to Heaven. Fr. Mike ventures into the theology of the matter, even taking some words of wisdom from St. Thomas Aquinas and St....
- Advertisement -

Latest News

video

Pray for Francis Chan to come to the Catholic Church!

"Evangelical preacher Francis Chan is speaking truth and I think coming to the Catholic Church! Let's pray...
- Advertisement -
video

The World’s Most Persecuted Minority: Christians

The most persecuted and victimized people in the world today are Christians in the Middle East. The perpetrators of the widespread destruction...
video

Secret Worship: 480,000+ Christians in North Korea – Survivor tells her story

Some North Koreans have escaped from the Communist country and its human rights violations. Kim Eun Jin is one of those survivors......
video

Cash-strapped monks open brewery in Massachusetts

Trappist monks of St. Joseph's Abbey in Spencer, Mass., tapped into a long tradition of monks brewing beers after they were unable...
video

Entrepreneur Benedictine Monks Brew Monastic Beer

Benedictine monks in Norcia, Italy, celebrate their first year of beer production.
FB.AppEvents.logPageView();

Send this to a friend