Within the numinous experience, the numen presents itself as having two distinct poles of feeling-content: mysterium tremendum and mysterium fascinans.
In this clip from Father Spitzer's Universe, a viewer asks Father Spitzer why we need religion and not just belief in God.
In view of God's unconditional love and His redemption of suffering, one might ask, why would God have allowed suffering to occur in the first place?
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.
It is an unfortunate and terrifying catechesis that presents God as a being whose happiness is indifferent to my existence.
Fr. Spitzer’s new book, 'Christ vs Satan in Our Daily Lives: The Cosmic Struggle Between Good and Evil,' tackles recognizing and overcoming spiritual evil.
The Magis Center’s new John Templeton funded campaign, The Purposeful Universe, looks at an evolutionary system guided by order in physics and chemistry.
Can Catholics Believe in Near Death Experiences?
In suffering, we can all agree on one point—we don't like it. But do we need suffering? What good can it bring? Find out in this short video.
In this episode of Father Spitzer’s Universe, Fr. Spitzer proposes that those seeking interior transformation should turn to the Examen Prayer.