The Metaphysics of JFK

The Metaphysics of JFK

Many years ago, a Jehovah’s Witness couple knocked on our door.

Getting Back in the Habit of Mass

Getting Back in the Habit of Mass

After an accusation was made against him during his confirmation process two years ago, Judge Brett Kavanaugh submitted his highly-detailed personal calendar from his high school days as exculpatory evidence. Some of his opponents noticed that “going to Mass” was not on his calendar—and that seemed an odd omission for a devout Catholic. 

The Miracle that led to the Beatification of Blessed Conchita, Mystic and Mother

The Miracle that led to the Beatification of Blessed Conchita, Mystic and Mother

In 2006, a miraculous healing was attributed to a lay wife and mother from Mexico, Blessed Maria Concepcion Cabrera de Armida or, as most call her, Blessed Conchita. 

Covid-19 Vaccines: Availability and Ethics 

Covid-19 Vaccines: Availability and Ethics 

On a recent episode of Father Spitzer’s Universe, Father discussed the availability of a Covid-19 vaccine and the ethics of producing and utilizing a vaccine that has been developed using fetal cells from aborted babies. 

Galileo, the Catholic Church, and the Impact on Science

Galileo, the Catholic Church, and the Impact on Science

Four hundred years after the trial, the mere mention of the name “Galileo” is often considered a powerful one-word refutation against the Catholic Church. Why? Because, according to the popular telling of the “Galileo Affair,” it was Galileo who: 1) proved heliocentrism, despite a Church that officially declared heliocentrism to be a heresy; 2) was tortured and martyred by the Church, and; 3) discovered that Scripture—and by extension, the Catholic Church—was a fraud. 

St. John Paul II on the 100th Anniversary of His Birth

St. John Paul II on the 100th Anniversary of His Birth

“Be not afraid!”

Solidarity and Social Distancing

Solidarity and Social Distancing

We’re all in this together. 

Mother Teresa's Miracles: How She Was Declared a Saint

Mother Teresa's Miracles: How She Was Declared a Saint

Mother Teresa of Calcutta’s life was a miracle, so to speak, in itself. At the age of eighteen, Mother Teresa left her home in Skopje, North Macedonia to join the Sisters of Loreto in Ireland, never to see her family again.  

4 Approved Eucharistic Miracles from the 21st Century 

4 Approved Eucharistic Miracles from the 21st Century 

In his writings on the Eucharist, Fr. Spitzer reminds us that a Eucharistic miracle occurs everyday, at every holy mass across the world, when the substance of bread and wine is transformed into the substance of Jesus’ body and blood. 

Why Does God Let Bad Things Happen to Good People?

Why Does God Let Bad Things Happen to Good People?

It often happens that people use evil in the world as an argument against the very existence of God. Bluntly, if God is good, how can it be that a child gets cancer? How can it be that a young mother dies, or that a friend becomes paralyzed? Why do bad things happen to good people?

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