From EWTN's Father Spitzer's Universe, Father receives the question, how can I regain my trust in the Catholic Church in light of recent scandals?
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.
In 2006, a miraculous healing was attributed to wife, mother, and mystic from Mexico, Blessed Conchita. She also founded lay and religious apostolates.
On a recent episode of Father Spitzer’s Universe, Father discussed Covid-19 vaccines and the ethics of using embryonic stem cells from aborted babies.
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.
Today, May 18, would have been St. John Paul the Great’s 100th birthday. The tributes and memories shared around the world are many and heartfelt!
We’re all in this together. This saying serves as a perfectly workable definition of the Catholic social doctrine principle of solidarity—and subsidiarity.
The process of canonization requires two investigated miracles; Mother Teresa’s miracles took place in the lives of Monica Besra and Marcilio Andrino.
A handful of Eucharistic miracles have taken place in just the past 20 years. Below are four stories of approved and recent Eucharistic miracles.