When the St. Catherine of Siena looked for answers as to why such suffering was occurring in the world, she pointed to an unlikely source: herself.
Many atheists are of the opinion that you cannot be a good scientist if you are deluded by religious faith. Let's put the kibosh to that opinion.
In this clip from EWTN's Father Spitzer's Universe, Father receives the question, 'Should I switch my job?' Father answers using lessons from St. Ignatius
This essay, the second in the series, is about the holy quest or pilgrimage. I will divide this essay into three sections: Roads, Gateways and Lodestars.
Over the millennia, the human species has made cultural objects that bear striking resemblance to each other despite distances of time and space.
The conviction about Jesus' real presence in the Eucharist is the universal view of the New Testament writers and the early church fathers.
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.