Jesus mentions forgiveness more often than any other injunction in the New Testament. Fr. Spitzer shares how to pray for enemies and truly forgive.
Much has transpired since my last message on the feast day of St. Joseph—just 13 days ago. The number of people infected in the USA has risen significantly.
Through the sacrament of Holy Eucharist, Christmas continues now and forever. The Eucharist is our door to Christmas day everyday.
On December 12, 1531, an image of Our Lady of Guadalupe appeared on the tilma of native Aztec, Juan Diego. Since then, scientists have struggled to explain just how the image got there.
Turing to prayer can be hard in the midst of pain. Fr. Spitzer details the prayers he relies on during his own times of suffering...
The call to transform the culture is ever alive and new. As part of our calling to the transcendent (more than just the material world) we must share it. We must unleash the culture from the slavery o
Six Categories of Cultural Discourse: How to Understand, Communicate, and Gain Consensus in Social Ethics
Fulton Sheen's Beatification Miracle
In this brief article, Fr. Spitzer summarizes the three main aspects of Catholic social teaching including: doctrine or prudential judgement, the six principles of Catholic social teaching, and more.
If there really is a calculating, dangerous, dark, destructive and vicious evil force who intends us harm—even eternal harm—then we should want to know about it.