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.
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.
Some risks are worth taking. Even more importantly, the risks that we decide to take—as well as those we decide not to take—serve to define who we are.
When a Society Abandons Truth
Many people who leave the Catholic Church pride themselves on the use of reason. But on the level of reason, when did the metaphysics stop being true?
We cradle Catholics must establish a habit for ourselves that was first established by others for us: the habit of going to Mass.
We must revisit the Galileo case, not only because it affects how some view the Catholic Church, but also the way we view faith and science going forward.
If God is good, how can it be that a child gets cancer? How can it be that a young mother dies? Why Does God Let Bad Things Happen to Good People?
It must be hard to live a life of metaphysical certitude about everything. Certainty leaves no room for wonder. And that’s sad. Because wonder is wonderful.
In discussions with atheists, I've been accused of seeing everything in a way that supports my position that God exists—a relatively kind accusation compared to some well-renowned atheists.