St. Augustine's wonderings about the nature of time fit with contemporary scientific theories—and are altogether in accord with our present-day confusion.
New studies on animal learning, language, and the use of tools have created a number of articles implying “animals are just like us.” But how true is this?
From solstices, sunspots, and solar wind, the Sun continues to fascinate us. Here's an update on the Solar Parker probe which launched to the sun in 2018.
At the Thomistic Institute's symposium, Novelty in Nature, Dr. Karin Oberg, PhD, delivered a fascinating presentation on the origin of water.
What does it mean to proclaim Mary as the New Eve? Second-century Christian writers readily proclaimed “death through Eve, life through Mary.”
What C.S. Lewis Can Teach us about the Incarnation
In a commentary on the History Channel’s “Ancient Aliens,” Fr. Spitzer addresses the question of the existence extraterrestrials.
Dr. Robert Kurland responds to claims that the Catholic Church's teaching on evolution cannot be compatible with the findings of modern science.
The natural sciences (and philosophical reflection upon them) have been an integral part of the Catholic intellectual tradition since the time of Copernicus.
Fr. Spitzer begins his series of videos with this fundamental question: "What Can Science Teach us about Creation and Design?"