Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Cosmos: Possible Worlds is on TV this fall. I'm a big Cosmos fan. But of course, the show could always be better—maybe a lot better.
After years of producing apologetics, I recently learned something new about evangelizing others. It has to do with POV, or point-of-view.
Several years ago my spiritual director told me to study De Musica Sacra et Sacra Liturgia. Since then, music has shaped my devotion to the Church.
Over the past 4 or 8 or 12 years, it’s worth wondering if we're becoming people who claim to love humanity, but fail to love and befriend actual persons.
If we hope to heal our culture and move forward as a civilized nation, we would be wise to consider the exceptional character of Amy Coney Barrett.
Some risks are worth taking. Even more importantly, the risks that we decide to take—as well as those we decide not to take—serve to define who we are.
When a Society Abandons Truth
We cradle Catholics must establish a habit for ourselves that was first established by others for us: the habit of going to Mass.
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.
The United States is increasing in “Nones,” i.e, those who claim no religious affiliation. But who are the Nones, and what compels them to leave the Church?