The Eucharist: A Love that Cannot Be Exceeded

The Eucharist: A Love that Cannot Be Exceeded

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.
Fr. Spitzer on Living Well with a Disability

Fr. Spitzer on Living Well with a Disability

In this clip from Father Spitzer's Universe, Fr. Spitzer addresses how he lives well with his own disability.
Negative Near Death Experiences and Hell 

Negative Near Death Experiences and Hell 

Discover the 3 types of negative near death experiences, common responses, and what negative near death experience stories can teach us about hell.
Should You Trust Your Intuitions in Prayer? 

Should You Trust Your Intuitions in Prayer? 

Sometimes in prayer, we’ll have an intuition that something is wrong. But how much should our own intuitions play a role in discernment?
Fr. Spitzer on How to Pray for Your Enemies and Forgive

Fr. Spitzer on How to Pray for Your Enemies and Forgive

Jesus mentions forgiveness more often than any other injunction in the New Testament. Fr. Spitzer shares how to pray for enemies and truly forgive.
Do We Need Suffering and What Is Its Purpose?

Do We Need Suffering and What Is Its Purpose?

In suffering, we can all agree on one point—we don't like it. But do we need suffering? What good can it bring? Find out in this short video.
Prayer for Interior Transformation: the Examen

Prayer for Interior Transformation: the Examen

In this episode of Father Spitzer’s Universe, Fr. Spitzer proposes that those seeking interior transformation should turn to the Examen Prayer.
John Lennox: 'Exposing My Faith to Questioning Has Only Made it Stronger'

John Lennox: 'Exposing My Faith to Questioning Has Only Made it Stronger'

In the video below, Professor John Lennox shares that he found exposing his faith in God to questioning from others has only made it stronger.
Trusting God with Unshakable Confidence

Trusting God with Unshakable Confidence

When trust seems just too hard and if one is just too tired, Fr. Spitzer encourages one to pray these words, "I give up, Lord. You take care of it."
The Secular Versus Catholic View of the Human Person

The Secular Versus Catholic View of the Human Person

University of Notre Dame Professor Carter Snead explains the secular versus Catholic view of the human person, beginning with "What is a person?"

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