247: Is Easter Pagan? Pagan Astarte or the Lord Jesus Christ? [Podcast]

Is Easter Pagan? Catholicism or the pagan goddess Astarte. Dr. Taylor Marshall explains the historical origin of the Christian feast of the Resurrection, how it was calculated, how it relates to the Spring Equinox and how it became named “Easter” as relates to the pagan goddess Astarte, which also means “rise” and “east” and “Dayspring” and “spring equinox.”

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222: Fast for Pope Francis: Make Lent Penitential Again! [Podcast]

There are is so much disappointment and confusion in the Catholic Church. Let us get serious about fasting and fast and pray for Pope Francis during Lent. Dr Taylor Marshall and Timothy Gordon (💣TnT⚔️) analyze the history of Lent before and after Vatican 2 and going back to medievals and Church Fathers. They also make recommendations and discuss the theology of penance and fasting.

  • “Unless you do penance, you shall likewise perish.” (Lk. 13:5)
  • “And he said unto them, This kind can come forth by nothing, but by prayer and fasting.” (Mt 17:21)

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203: The Rosary as the Weapon! with Fr Donald Calloway [Podcast]

The Rosary has a divine origin and goes back nearly 700 years. It is THE preeminent weapon of the Christian. Dr Taylor Marshall interviews Father Donald Calloway MIC about his book “10 Wonders of the Rosary”. They discuss the origin of the Rosary, famous battles such as Lepanto and Malta, and the Saints, Popes, and Martyrs of the Rosary.

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Was Christ Born on December 25? Yes! Dr Marshall Explains [Podcast]

How Luke and the Church Fathers reveal a Late December Birth of Christ

Was Jesus Christ born on December 25? Dr Taylor Marshall says “Yes, Christ was born on the historical day of December 25 in the year 1BC. Dr Taylor Marshall explains using the Church Fathers and the Gospel of Saint Luke.

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How Catholic Squanto Saved the Pilgrims at Thanksgiving

Did you know that Thanksgiving may not have happened if a group a Franciscan monks hadn’t rescued Squanto from the slave trade? Yes, it was an returned act of kindness that resounds through history even to his day.  Squanto, the Native American that led the effort to help the Pilgrims starving before winter, already met a group of Franciscan monks that freed him from slavery. You could say he was returning the favor.

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169: Vigano’s Third Letter: Response to Pope Francis and Cardinal Ouellet [Podcast]

Archbishop Vigano launches third testimony letter. This the best one yet where he discusses that he is doing these things to avoid judgment from Christ on the Last Day. He addresses Cardinal Ouellet and corrects and clarifies. More than anything, Vigano says that this crisis about the salvation of souls and discusses how each of us (the Pope included) will have to answer questions on Judgment Day on how whether we were truthful. Very powerful testimony. As Dr Marshall states: “We now have a bishop who actually speaks like a Catholic bishop.”

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168: What is the Heresy of Modernism? w Dr Marshall and Fr Longenecker [Podcast]

What is the heresy of Modernism and when and how did it begin? Father Longenecker explains how Modernism has its origins in the Protestant Reformation and traces it to the Liberalism of the 1800s and then the full development of Modernism in the 1900s. We discuss how it can be countered through truth and liturgy toward the end.

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158: Ember Days: History and Theology of Fasting for Holy Priests [Podcast]

Ember Days or the Quatuor Temporas are a traditional time of harvest fasting “four times” per year asking God to give us holy priests for the harvest of souls. Dr Taylor Marshall explains the history and Catholic theology of Ember Days and then challenges Catholics to voluntarily take up the Ember Days asking Christ for holy clergy.

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