Every year at Christmas, when people read about the birth of Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew, the speculation and debate about the Christmas star continues.
Dear Friends, I want to wish you a blessed and merry Christmas in 2020 and share a message about trusting in God.
Waiting and watching is a characteristic of the Christian. However, Advent feels like a whirlwind of distractions rather than a time to prepare for Christ!
What is the evidence for Christ's incarnation? Beyond the historical evidence, there is also evidence within our hearts when we ponder these 6 questions.
In a 1956 broadcast of the show, “Life is Worth Living,” Venerable Fulton Sheen spoke about the true meaning of Christmas.
The Christmas season, brings the fulfillment of our deepest needs and desires, tied to our human destiny and truly what all of us are “shopping” for.
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.
This week's Wednesday on the World continues last week's theme of Christian hope and focuses on the ways it is firmly grounded in God's unconditional love.
In this episode of Wednesday on the World, Fr. Robert Spitzer focuses on Christian hope and how it is grounded in both metaphysical and scientific evidence.
Wednesday on the World: 3 Objectives to Make Advent Joyful, Peaceful, and Hopeful