Jesus mentions forgiveness more often than any other injunction in the New Testament. Fr. Spitzer shares the power in a prayer for your enemies.
John Clark seeks to find evidence of Jesus's existence by utilizing C.S. Lewis' Trilema.
Continuing her journey of how art from the old masters can provide proof of the human soul, Dr. Kresser explores body image in the works of Michelangelo.
A look into witnesses' accounts of the occurrence of the Miracle of the Sun at the Cova da Iria in Fatima.
Magis Center has partnered with Sophia Institute for Teachers to create high school and middle school coursework on faith, science, and reason.
In this article, we explain that all teachers are called to catechize and what it catechizing your students really looks like.
This fourth installment discusses how science can answer the 'how' question but not the 'why' questions of ethics, beauty, faith, goodness, and truth.
Katie Kresser embarks on a journey to explore how art from the old masters can provide proof of the human soul and show commonalities among human beings.
Did Jesus really perform miracles? Historians use 6 main criteria to determine if an event really happened, and these can be applied to Jesus' miracles.
Commentary on Pope Francis' recent consecration of Russia and Ukraine, hoping to inspire others to pursue an enriched Lenten experience.