The Papist Magazine Interview: Lino Rulli

Meet Lino Rulli, author of the new book “Sinner.” You may know him as The Catholic Guy on SiriusXM radio. (If you don’t listen to him already, you’re missing out!) Lino and I wanted to have some fun with this interview, which took place at an exclusive balcony overlooking St. Peters Basilica an Italian pizza spot in Georgetown, DC. Kidding aside, I wanted you to get a taste... More

Powerful Video: Hitler and America’s Abortion Holocaust

When was the last time you watched a 30 minute video on YouTube? For me, I can’t even remember. So when I hit “play” on this video I thought I would give it a few minutes and move on. I didn’t. I watched it until the end in one sitting. Now, it’s not perfect, but it reveals some things stunningly well: first, that many people’s views on the question of abortion ... More

Pope to Youth in Spain: Your Faith in Christ is Stronger than the Storm of Modernity

This column of mine appeared today on Headline Bistro, where the full article is available: What was Pope Benedict’s message to young people in Spain this month? Of the approximately fifteen thousand words he delivered, these unscripted ones are perhaps my favorite: “We have lived together an adventure. Strengthened by Christ, you have resisted the rain.” The pontiff spoke these words after ... More

New on AmP: Archbishop Chaput to Pilgrims at WYD: Don’t Rely on Mainstream Media, Support Catholic Media Instead!

An excerpt from Archbishop Charles Chaput’s remarks given to young pilgrims in Madrid as part of a special World Youth Day Session (underlining my own): We make a very serious mistake if we rely on media like the New York Times, Newsweek, CNN, or MSNBC for reliable news about religion. These news media simply don’t provide trustworthy information about religious faith—and sometimes they ... More

What do the Old Spice Guy, Superman, And The Most Interesting Man in the World Have in Common?

What does this man: Have in common with this one: And him too? … they all love the new book The Church and New Media! I’m the author of the chapter on “Faithful Online Activism”. Order your paperback edition (we’re working with Amazon to get it re-stocked quickly!) or download it for $9.99 on the Kindle. You can browse the first batch of reviews here. Props to Spir... More

The Dominican Friar who evangelizes at the mall

The picture alone is priceless: Fr. Tony Wall tends his Catholic kiosk at Lloyd Center Mall. Photo: Mary Halvorsen Dominican Father Tony Wall thinks Catholics should spend more time living out their faith in the marketplace. That’s why he spent every day, except Sunday, for a month in Portland’s Lloyd Center Mall. Father Wall, a priest for 60 years, wore his Roman collar or white fria... More


Bishop Tobin’s open letter to inactive Catholics: “We miss you, we love you and we want you to come home.”

I thought this was beautiful and I would encourage my Catholic brothers and sisters in Christ to share this with their inactive Catholic friends and family: My dear Brother or Sister: In the spirit of the Advent and Christmas Season, and as the Diocese of Providence nears the end of its “Year of Evangelization,” I’m writing this letter to inactive Catholics of our Diocese – perhaps yo... More

Papist Parody: Pope said I can have condom?

Here is the second video in my “Papist Parody” series, which attempt to explain recent Catholic news and controversies with a humorous twist. This one depicts an imaginary conversation on the metro about what the pope recently said about condoms, between a struggling catholic and a righteous papist. Enjoy! And, if you want, share it with your friends, too! ...READ MORE... More

Video: Pope Benedict on the Unattractive Church

To read the words and listen to the voice of the Holy Father is to be brought into the presence of Jesus Christ. Witness this masterpiece of an answer the pope delivered to the following question aboard his flight to England last week: “The United Kingdom, like many other Western countries, is considered to be a secular State. There is a strong culturally-motivated atheist movement. Nonetheless,... More



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