On this feast day of John Paul II we want to recommend a recently released book, “100 Ways John Paul II Changed the World” by Patrick Novecosky.
If we hope to heal our culture and move forward as a civilized nation, we would be wise to consider the exceptional character of Amy Coney Barrett.
Etty Hillesum’s diary documents a 27-year-old's journey to God during the Holocaust, the truth she fought for, and the hope she maintained throughout.
Fine-tuning is the assumption that the universe cannot cause its own existence, therefore it must have a creator. But can science prove fine-tuning?
Can we find evidence for the Big Bang? Here we look at the Lemaitre/Hubble expansion, Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation, and even distribution of matter as the evidence that the Big Bang actually happened.
As Nazism rose to power, millions resisted in different ways. Though most of the resisters never met, they formed a beautiful coalition of truth and love.
If souls cannot be separated from the love of God, how then might any go to hell? Fr. Spitzer explains that one thing can separate us from God.
In a world twisted with racism, hatred and religious persecution, the life—and death—of Maximilian Kolbe provides answers to those wishing to resist evil.
Why doesn't God remove suffering from your life—despite your many pleas for relief? Fr. Spitzer explains God's top priorities in suffering and healing.
In this sixth article of the series “What is Time,” we discuss the timelessness of God and why God created time to allow for free will and moral choice.