St. Ignatius of Loyola offers a series of “rules,” or principles, which can help us work against this depressing and downward movement of desolation.
Through philosophical presuppositions, historical methodology, and the Gospels, we find reason to believe in and evidence for the “historical” Jesus.
When God Drew Near: Entering into the Joy of Christmas
Young People Are Leaving the Church—Can We Turn the Tide?
Prophecy and the Catholic Church
Why are there two different accounts of Creation, especially two that seem to contradict each other? It’s been puzzling people for thousands of years.
The Church encourages us to pray for the souls in purgatory, also called the Suffering Church. Is purgatory real? Suffering for its own sake, punishment, is NOT the purpose of either trials or purgato
Choices define our lives. How do we discern God's will and choose it over our own? Believe it or not, we already know what the will of God is for each of us