C.S. Lewis tells us the Quest began during Advent because, in our story, Christ is the heroic protagonist who came to destroy evil and save humanity.
St. Pope John Paul II’s encyclical on faith and reason addresses the vitally important role of both faith and reason in the pursuit of Truth.
St. Gregory of Nyssa tells the faithful to keep their gaze fixed on Jesus. This instruction provides the fundamental core of what spiritual conversion is.
The human person possesses two “selves." Moral conversion focuses on the consistent practice of the higher self’s triumph over the lower self.
A concrete aspect of Intellectual conversion is the gathering of external evidence—based on the objective order of reason—for God, Jesus, and the soul.
Meet Lou Tice, Founder of the Pacific Institute and Creator of 'Smart-Talk'
Fr. Spitzer discusses two Resurrection narratives and how each illustrate different ways Jesus reveals Himself, even to us today.
Fulton Sheen’s Last ‘Good Friday’ Homily: Spectators On and About the Cross
Do you have influence on the direction your life? According to psychologist, Albert Bandura—and his theory on Human Agency—you sure do.
What C.S. Lewis Can Teach us about the Incarnation