March 10, 2017
Protestant friend observed that a statue of the¬†Blessed Mother¬†was a distraction from true exercise of the Christian¬†faith.
Listen to how I answered him.
March 3, 2017
Why can't we all just get along? Listen to a¬†quick survey of 14 centuries of interaction between the two largest religions.¬†
There are some valuable lessons to be learned.¬†
February 24, 2017
What was happening in the United States in the Twentieth Century.¬† Looking back now we can see that the story has more¬†levels that we thought at the time. ¬†Lets take another look.
February 6, 2017
Charity was a Big Surprise! Before the Catholic Church charity as we know was rare in human societies.¬†Love of everyone, even of enemies, astounded¬†¬†the people¬†of Roman Empire. To top it off Catholics¬†then created the things we call "Hospitals".¬†
October 5, 2016
Pull on your Soldiers of Christ uniforms and strap on your Myth Exterminator Guns and back up Chuck as he patrols the alleyways of history blasting away all those pesky anti-Catholic myths.‚Äč
October 4, 2016
Listen to this delicious collection of short meditations from some of the Catholic world's most famous writers and mystics‚Äč.
October 3, 2016
What were the Crusades for? Surprise! They were not to acquire Catholic colonies. They were enacted to perform penance, to end persecution and slaughter of of Catholics, to end the defiling of the Holy Sepulcher and sacred places. They weren‚Äôt even called Crusades. Even in the 19th century they were always referred to as Pilgrimages, a term more true to the spirit of most of the participants.
September 30, 2016
The Knowledge Network is one of the great achievements of the Roman Catholic Church. A network of interacting universities and intellectual research institutes embraces our globe.
Listen to how it was created. Hear how the Knowledge Network was inspired and made real by the faith and reason of an uniquely Catholic world view.
Prague's Universitas Carolina
September 29, 2016
Robinson Crusoe was the first great novel and still one of the best. But even if you read it , you still probably haven‚Äôt read it.¬†
The version we have in all the libraries, bookstores, ¬†and schools has been heavily censored to remove¬†
the apparently objectionable theme of Christianity. And Christianity is what the authentic Robinson Crusoe is all about.¬†
Listen to some small bits of the really surprising adventures of Robinson Crusoe.
September 28, 2016
The lost treasures that had been kept in the¬†Secret Archives of the¬†Vatican included¬†official documents, trivia, ¬†and financial recirds that would¬†have been an invaluable trove for historians. More important were some of the original master copies of the¬†foundation stones of our Catholic faith. These are ¬†treasures that would have changed our lives and evangelization today. What happened? If the destructive persecution of several Roman emperors wasn't trouble¬†enough for the archives¬†then Goths, Visgoths, Huns, and Vandals sacked Rome. Thats what happened.
September 27, 2016
The Secret Archives of the Vatican moved around....to avoid attacks and because they were needed when the Pope was traveling tyo distant meeting. No internet so... a lot of slow laborious traveling. The Mule Book describes¬†these papal mule trains. Also listen to some interesting stories about Saint Francis.
September 26, 2016
Fifty years before the British allowed Catholics to vote Father "Juniper", Junipero Serra, died. ¬†He had not just founded the¬†first successful Catholic missions, he not only founded the huge vegetable industry in California, he¬†actually founded California itself. In 2015¬†Serra¬†was delared a Saint by Pope Francis. Thats not all. Listen.
September 23, 2016
Join Chuck as he sets the record straight about the history and mystery of the Catholic church.
September 22, 2016
CRC P 414 Forgiveness of Sins 6-14-16
Paul Claudel stunning words, reflecting on¬†the phrase "...the forgiveness of sins", from the Apostles Creed will open your eyes and heart to what nest within those familiar words.¬†He makes our¬†beloved old prayer, as familiar to us as our own hands, seem suddenly new and more beautifulthan we ever knew..
September 21, 2016
The Pope Versus Napoleon..Who do you think won?
September 19, 2016
We are living in an age darker than the Dark Ages (though they were not dark at all). Part of the problem is we think we are enlightened when actually ¬†we are living in The Darker Age of Darker Superstition . And this didn't happen by accident. But there is a solution andbreadboxmedia.com¬†part of the solution.¬†
September 15, 2016
Another daring Proposition. Western Art is, in great part, the product of Catholic Culture. Listen and be surprised. There a also bit about the Catholic ¬†Church as the Foundation of Western Law. Wow!!‚Äč