Interesting videos about Romania

While browsing YouTube, I came across some videos about my native country, Romania. I think they are pretty cool and I would like to share a few of them in a blog post. I invite you to check them out and learn some cool facts about Romania. And one more, to clarify why Italy is • Read More »

Christianity and neuroplasticity

“We don’t think our way into new ways of living; we live our way into new ways of thinking.” – Richard Rohr. Do you agree? Share your thoughts in the comments section.

The Litany Of Trust by Sister Faustina Maria Pia

I would like to share with you a lovely Catholic deliverance prayer that I have come across recently – The Litany Of Trust. It was written by Sister Faustina Maria Pia from The Sisters Of Life. Also, check out the video where you can see Sister Faustina Maria Pia herself read the prayer and talk • Read More »

Thinking differently – Ps. Bob Hamp

Bob Hamp is one of the people whose teachings have had a remarkable impact upon my Christian views in the past few months. His lectures, his online videos (“Freedom Class”) and his YouTube channel have been real blessings in my life. It is an honor to give him a shout out in this blog post. • Read More »

A great Christian YouTube channel: Gamerfaith

When I wrote the previous article in which I gave a shout out to a Christian YouTuber, I intended it to be a one-time thing. I had come across many hardworking video content creators who put out Christian content on YouTube, so making shout out articles for each of them seemed like something I didn’t • Read More »

Helpful Bible chapters for various occasions

In our walk with God, us Christians live complex lives. We have successes and failures, we feel all sort of emotions and we have to face various obstacles. In this article, I want to share with you a list of ten fragments from Scripture that will come in handy in various situations. If you are • Read More »

Actor portraying Jesus Christ recites The Lord’s Prayer in Aramaic

On an episode of The Catholic Talk Show, actor Jonathan Roumie, who plays Jesus in the new series “The Chosen,” discussed what Jesus actually looked like with Ryan Scheel, Ryan DellaCrosse and Fr. Rich Pagano, and recited the “Our Father” prayer in Aramaic. Watch the entire video below: The recitation starts at around 29:25. Read more about • Read More »

A great Christian YouTube channel: Amylee Dejesus

I’ve recently come across the YouTube channel of a Christian girl whose videos I find remarkably inspiring / motivational (and whose subscriber-count is, sadly, too low considering the quality of content she has uploaded). In hopes of helping her reach out more people through her online ministry, I just wanted to give her channel a • Read More »

The Orthodox Creed (The Symbol of Faith)

Written at the First Ecumenical Council in 325 AD and amended at the Second Ecumenical Council in 381 AD, The Creed was agreed to remain unchanged and so it has remained in the Orthodox Tradition. The word “creed comes” from the Latin credo, which means “I believe”. In the Orthodox Church, the Creed is usually • Read More »

Love as God Loves – Bishop Barron’s Sunday Sermon

I invite you to check out a video that I found very inspiring. It is a Sunday Sermon by Bishop Robert Barron, the founder of Word on Fire Catholic Ministries, based on the Gospel reading for February 19, 2023 (Matthew 5:38-48). The sermon focuses on the theme of love as God loves, which is different • Read More »

A Great Christian YouTube Channel: Father Ian VanHeusen

If you are looking for a YouTube channel that offers inspiring and practical insights on living as a Christian in today’s world, you should check out Father Ian VanHeusen’s channel. Father Ian is a Catholic priest who posts frequent videos on topics such as prayer, spirituality, relationships, leadership and more. His videos are short, catchy • Read More »

The history of Valentine’s Day explained

I hope you and your loved ones had a blessed Valentine’s Day this year! Valentine’s Day is celebrate every year on the 14th of February, but do we know a lot about its history? Is it a Christian holiday or a secular one? Why all the flowers and chocolates? If you want to find out • Read More »