We want to know what you think! Take the RFTV Survey today! >>
Tag Archives: repentance

“Lent is here!” By: Brian Flanagan, Fiat Ventures

First Sunday of Lent As I write this, the ashes are still on my forehead.  Earlier today at Ash Wednesday Mass, I had a nice big cross.  Now I have a faded gray smudge.  I always see how long I can go on Ash Wednesday before accidentally touching my forehead and ruining the priest’s hard […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →
Amazing Grace

Amazing Grace

The word grace has a few different definitions. One is the grace, or prayer we say before meals. Another is to possess elegance or charm. The amazing grace we will talk about on this episode of Realfaith TV is God’s grace. God’s grace that redeems us from our sins and brings us into a closer […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →
Don’t Worry Be Happy: Cast Your Cares Upon Him

Don’t Worry Be Happy: Cast Your Cares Upon Him

Stress, worry and anxiety are all part of our teenage years. Many of us have friends and family members who can give us advice and support when needed. What we also must remember is that God is always there for us to lighten the load and take all of our cares and worries, wven when […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →
The Thief

The Thief

By Jeffrey A. Beer Jr. – If you go to iTunes or YouTube and look up a song called “Thief” by the band Third Day, you will find a song that tells the story of this Sunday’s Gospel reading from the 23rd chapter of Luke.   The story is a well-known one: while Jesus was hanging […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →
Back to School, Back to God

Back to School, Back to God

By Jeffrey A. Beer Jr. – Can you believe that the summer is over already?  Perhaps you are not feeling very ready to be back in school.  Or maybe you’re actually pretty excited to be covering new textbooks, meeting new teachers and gearing up for a new year.  But regardless of where you fit into […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →
Sin No More

Sin No More

By Jonathan Camiolo –  When we think about the story of Jesus from the Gospel today, the phrase, “Love the sinner, hate the sin”, comes to mind.  I remember my father telling me that when I was young.  It is a phrase that has stuck.  It is a hard principle to truly live by.  At […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →
Smelly Churches

Smelly Churches

By Jonathan Camiolo – A few weeks ago I heard a convert talk about the Catholic Faith.  He was formerly a Baptist and shared with those listening about why he loves being Catholic.  During part of his talk, he talked about the sacraments, especially the Eucharist and Reconciliation.  I thought his comments provided a good […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →