Are there any ways of verifying Jesus’ resurrection? Exegetes like N.T. Wright and Gary Habermas have found 5 historical ways of proving the resurrection.
If the Resurrection did actually happen, that event must be viewed as the most important event in human history. There’s really no middle ground here.
The Archdiocese of Turin livestreamed a veneration of the Shroud of Turin. Turin Archbishop organized the livestream in response to thousands of requests.
Read these are five quotes from the Lenten messages of St. John Paul that can help encourage and strengthen your personal Lenten journey.
After I talk on science and faith, the most asked questions touch on the issue of natural evil and the possibility of miracles. Both painfully topical.
Was Christ subject to any physical laws after the resurrection? In the video below, Father Robert Spitzer explains.
Rejected, despised, mocked. His life as a ransom for many. Have you ever looked upon the Crucified Jesus and just asked, “Why?”
I realize that to one extent or another all of you have been affected by the Covid-19 virus; I am praying and offering masses for your needs.
Our Lord’s teaching not to babble may seem at first perplexing—as we know prayer is affected by the use of words and almost by nature is highly repetitive.
A Strange Anointing: Glory in Suffering