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.
Was Christ subject to any physical laws after the resurrection? In the video below, Father Robert Spitzer explains.
A handful of Eucharistic miracles have taken place in just the past 20 years. Below are four stories of approved and recent Eucharistic miracles.
The Eucharistic Miracle Overseen by Archbishop Bergoglio (Now Pope Francis)
Dr. John Jackson deduced that immense vacuum UV radiation (with light, but not heat) is the only possible explanation for the image’s formation.
The Shroud of Turin, or the burial cloth of Jesus, first appeared in 1349 in historical documents associated with a French crusader, Geoffrey de Charnay.
While a carbon dating test in 1988 placed the Shroud's origin in the 1200s, more recent tests indicate the Shroud dates back to the time of Christ.
George Weigel’s Wall Street Journal article, “The Easter Effect,” discusses early Christians’ response to encounters with Jesus in His glorified body.
Through philosophical presuppositions, historical methodology, and the Gospels, we find reason to believe in and evidence for the “historical” Jesus.
Transubstantiation, wherein bread and wine change into the Body and Blood of Christ in the eucharist has been part of Catholicism since the very beginning..