It’s gut-wrenching. It’s controversial. It’s complicated. And it has become the major social issue of our time. This Faith-Based Investigation explores the issue of homosexuality.
Join Dr. Martin Brenner in this four-part series on the dangers of contraception.
Ever hear that you’re being a prude for objecting to pornography? This episode of Mic’d Up uncovers the dangers of pornography.
Fatherhood has all but disappeared from today's society. Listen to this episode of Mic'd Up as Michael discusses the downfall of fatherhood.
Muslims aren’t the terrorists — Christians are! How many times have you heard that? Do you want to know the truth?
Tired of hearing how the world is ending? Listen as Michael exposes the hidden agendas driving proponents of climate change.
We should help people who are poor and suffering, but that should not be at the expense of truth. Find out more about the social justice movement and some of the so-called Catholic organizations that have bought into it.
There is a problem that plagues today's society, and that problem is the sin of omission. Joe Gallagher explains why we should speak up.
Michael Voris explains how masculinity and Catholicism are connected.
The crusaders — were they brutish Catholic soldiers terrorizing innocent Muslims forcing them to convert or die, or was it the other way around?
Did you know that only baptized Catholics were subject to the Inquisition? Delve into the history of this oft-misunderstood court.
An emperor, an oracle, a persecution, and a heresy. We really can’t make this stuff up. Learn more about how a terrible persecution led to one of the earliest heresies.
“[W]e implore the clemency of Thy Sacred Heart on behalf of souls made in the image of God, but most miserably deceived by the treacherous snares of Freemasonry.” -From the prayer for the conversion of freemasons. Explore the most condemned error in history in this Faith-Based Investigation.
Some believe that the crisis in the Church justifies leaving the Catholic Church. We encourage anyone not in full communion with the Church to return. Join Michael as he explains the origins and current status of one such group — the SSPX.
Isn’t patriotism a good thing? Listen to this Mic’d Up as Michael delves into some of the pitfalls associated with buying into the culture.
Michael discusses the last days of Rome. What will you do during the last days of your country?
Have you looked around at the state of the Church and wondered how we got this way? Michael discusses the history of the current crisis in the Church.
The Catholic Church is being torn apart by traitorous or ignorant clerics, religious and laity who have succumbed to humanist philosophies. Learn more about this rebellion in this Faith-Based Investigation.
Michael Voris sets the record straight in a no-holds-barred examination of homosexuality in the seminaries.
An interview with Bp. Thomas Paprocki, head of the diocese of Springfield, Illinois, about same-sex marriage.
The Resurrection seems like a fantasy concocted by the earliest Christians to justify their new religion. This episode of Mic'd Up explores the truth behind what really happened 2,000 years ago.
The Holy Trinity is the foundational belief of our faith. Do you understand it well enough to explain it?
Love these days is commonly misunderstood. Listen to Michael as he puts this concept within the context of the Trinity.
No one likes to suffer, but there is a redemptive quality to it that can lead to your own salvation and that of other souls.
There is no salvation outside the Catholic Church. Extraordinary statement or universal truth? Watch and find out.
The Trinity, the Incarnation and the Eucharist all in a nice six-minute package.
Who really is this Child the world both rejects and yet is mystified by?
The Download team discusses the central act of Catholic worship, the Mass.
Would you be willing to give everything away to live in a cave? Watch this episode of Pillars of Faith to learn more about the saints who did.
Ever wonder what an ideal priest should look like? Come meet the patron saint of parish priests.