In this clip Father Spitzer explains why the self-sacrificial nature of Eucharistic love makes it the only love that can save and forgive sins.
Jesus mentions forgiveness more often than any other injunction in the New Testament. Fr. Spitzer shares how to pray for enemies and truly forgive.
In this video clip from "Happiness: the Series," Fr. Spitzer describes level 3 happiness, the happiness of living for others.
The data is in: we are hardwired for connection and social interactions. Not a surprise—for God is a community of love, and we are made in His image.
Today’s culture appreciates minor chit-chat in elevators—without fully embracing the call to raise society’s real happiness to higher levels.
Beyond the 21st century, both ancient and modern literature give examples of lust in literature with consequences of lust that are still possible today.
You can’t make sense of the Old Testament story without Deuteronomy. In Deuteronomy, God reveals his love and appeals to the hearts of his people.
In the film “Interstellar,” director Christopher Nolan takes up a major theme, namely that of love. "Interstellar" reveals the power and mystery of love.
Love, as a theological virtue, is the virtue by which we love God for his own sake and we love others for the sake of God—that is, we love God in others.
When God Drew Near: Entering into the Joy of Christmas