Bishop Barron on the reality of life after death

I just thought I’d share one of Bishop Barron’s recent videos because I found it particularly interesting. He speaks about the Catholic Christian view of life after death, and its evolution throughout the Old and the New Testaments. Our dominant secularist or materialist ideology says that matter in motion is all there is; the world • Read More »


The etymology of Romania

As mentioned in previous articles, on the 1st of December Romania celebrates Great Union Day — this year, the 104th. To join in the celebration, I thought I would share some interesting bits about the country’s name. The following are taken from Wikipedia and are presented under the Wikimedia commons. Happy National Day, Romania!


Quotes of Christian saints – part 1

I’m thinking about starting on this blog a series of articles that contain nothing but quotes of Christian saints, quotes that I find helpful and that I hope will impact you in positive ways. Without further ado, let’s start with this Instagram post from https://www.instagram.com/gottabesaints:


Interesting info about Orthodox prayer ropes

Today I want to present to you two YouTube channels, related to Orthodox Christianity, whose content I hope will bless your life. The first one is Fr. Zacharias Thornbury‘s, who is the presiding priest at the Saint Katherine Greek Orthodox Church in Melbourne, Florida, USA. Although he doesn’t upload often, the videos he has uploaded • Read More »