The third of the series on how science works and why science does not give us eternal truths but 'truths' of science change as new data/theories arise.
Listen to Father Spitzer speak on Contemporary Catholic Moral Apologetics at RECongress 2022. Here's and how to attend virtually.
The second of a series on how science works and the limits of science focusing on the different methods by which we come to believe by reason.
A look at the first recognized, youngest recipient, oldest recipient, and most recently recognized miracles of Lourdes.
This is the first of a series on how science works and the limits of science: things we believe by faith.
Bishop Brendan Leahy, Chair of the Bishops' Council for Catechetics, launches Credible Catholic for Catholic Voluntary Secondary schools in Ireland.
An analysis of the human brain and a quest to discover if there is a scientific basis for the continued belief in the spiritual and sacred.
John Clark discusses the male reluctance to become men by analyzing Failure to Launch syndrome and arguing for perfect happiness as the answer.
At this time of annual beginnings, the hourglass strikes Prof. Katie Kresser with a different meaning: as a metaphor for all of history.
Dr. Matthew Tsakanikas's project is meant to contribute to the renewal of post-2021 America and help seed authentic religious freedom.