Catholic Café

From the Diocese of Memphis, a popular destination for men to share experiences, strengthen their faith and become better husbands and fathers
Coming Home to Rome
Judge John McCarroll and his wife, Gigi, converted to the Catholic Church from the Episcopalian faith several years ago. Hear their story and how it has affected their lives and the lives of their family.
Baptized with Fire
On the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord, which rounds out the Christmas season for Catholics, we should all take note of the implications of having been baptized in Fire and the Holy Spirit.
Fiat for Life
On the Feast of Mary, the Mother of God, Deacon Jeff shares a few intimate insights into the recent passing of his own mother, and her motherly connection to the fiat of the Blessed Virgin.
What It Means to Gift
Reflecting upon the true essence of what it means to give is a beautiful way to spend Christmas day in the aftermath of the excitement of Christmas morning.
Give A Gift To Jesus: Shopping For The King Of Kings
As we shop for everyone on our Christmas gift list, perhaps we could pause and think about what we might get this year for Jesus on his birthday.
Our Lady of Guadalupe
Our Lady Of Guadalupe: Patroness Of The Americas For many folks, it seems that Mary, under her title of Our Lady of Guadalupe, is particularly reserved for those faithful in Mexico, where the apparition took place. While the people of Mexico do have a strong devotion to Our Lady of Guadalupe, she intercedes on behalf of all of us in South, Central and Northern America.
Remembering Advent
For a many of us, as we hurry to get all of the shopping, baking and decorating done, we may have actually forgotten how best to prepare for the blessed season of Christmas, by remembering Advent.
From Atheist to Catholic
Leah Libresco Sargeant, a former atheist from Long Island, New York, became a Catholic and now ministers to those who have fallen into the humanist, secular and godless culture of the world.
If Christ Is Actually Our King: Living as True Disciples
As we celebrate the last Sunday of the Liturgical year, the Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ King of the Universe, we must ask ourselves how our lives should be different if we actually lived what we say we believe, that Christ is our King.
The End of Times
Many fear the Second Coming partly because of the biblical description of the End of Days which the Church proclaims to us as the liturgical year comes to a close. But, we should not fear the time of Judgment as much as welcome the Victory of our Lord over sin and death.
Give Until It Hurts: Trust in the Lord
The stories of the gifts of the widows from the Old Testament reading from 1 Kings and from the Gospel of Mark speak of the great sacrifice in giving, but also in great trust that the Lord will provide to those who trust in him.
The End Goal Of Christianity
Evangelist and Catholic Speaker Matthew Leonard joins us to help us see that seeking divine intimacy with #God should be the ultimate and end goal of every #Christian. #Catholicism #Christianity
Experiential Learning And Religion
There is something beautiful about being #human. In fact, there is something divinely beautiful. Discover what makes our ability to experience life something that our loving Creator intended for us. #Catholicism #Christianity #God #Jesus
I Crucified Jesus
The second chapter of the Book Of Wisdom contains a telling prophecy of the #Crucifixion, but it also offers us a rare glimpse into the mind of the crucifier and that ultimately, each one of us is responsible for the pain that #Jesus felt. #God #Bible #Catholicism #Christianity #spirituality
Faith Without Works
Saint James is rather blunt when he tells us that #faith without works is dead, but it does aptly underlie the beautiful truth of our #Catholic faith that teaches us that faith and works go hand in hand. #faithalone #solafide #Bible #Jesus #Catholicism #Apologetics