Can Catholics Believe in Near Death Experiences?

Can Catholics Believe in Near Death Experiences?

 

5 Credible Near Death Experience Stories (Peer-Reviewed) 

5 Credible Near Death Experience Stories (Peer-Reviewed) 

When it comes to near death experience stories, there are many unscientific writings based on the writers’ own agendas rather than actual evidence. However, there is also a growing body of legitimate research around near death experience (NDE) reports, and peer-reviewed scientific journals have published a number of medical studies on the subject.

The Secular Versus Catholic View of the Human Person

The Secular Versus Catholic View of the Human Person

University of Notre Dame's Professor Carter Snead explains the secular versus Catholic view of the human person. Professor Snead answers questions such as "What is a person? and "What is the fundamental disagreement between the Catholic and secular view in social ethics?"

Is Free Will an Illusion?

Is Free Will an Illusion?

One of the exciting developments in the field of neuroscience is the use of neuroimaging to examine the precise neural pathways and brain regions involved in many cognitive activities, including learning, memory storage and retrieval, and even those involved in making voluntary choices. 

Made in God’s Image; or Are We?

Made in God’s Image; or Are We?

One of the modern narratives is that science has knocked the human person off its pedestal. We are no longer seen as the pinnacle of creation, more important than other animals and meant to rule over the rest of creation. In fact, the idea of our being “made in the image of God” should be set aside since it has been disproved by science. 

[Video] When Does the Soul Leave the Body?

[Video] When Does the Soul Leave the Body?

In the video below, a Fr. Spitzer's Universe viewer writes the following email:

Science, Human Consciousness, and Artificial Intelligence

Science, Human Consciousness, and Artificial Intelligence

From pollution and climate change to curing diseases and developing new sources of clean energy, there is tremendous hope that technology will be able to solve many of the world’s problems. 

Are Animals Just Like Us?

Are Animals Just Like Us?

New studies on animal learning, language, and the use of tools have created a firestorm of articles with the underlying theme that “animals are just like us.”

Overcoming Scrupulosity with Spiritual Conversion

Overcoming Scrupulosity with Spiritual Conversion

“Do you know what happened to my heart? When I saw you, my heart fell in love with you.”

Overcoming Scrupulosity With Intellectual Conversion

Overcoming Scrupulosity With Intellectual Conversion

In the 1957 movie, “12 Angry Men,” a dozen jurors are assembled for the purpose of determining whether a boy, accused with the murder of his father, is guilty of the alleged crime. The first ballot, though one-sided, lacks the required unanimity to convict: 11 guilty; 1 not guilty.  

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