Wednesday on the World: What's So Special About The Catholic Church?

Wednesday on the World: What's So Special About The Catholic Church?

What does the Catholic Church have to satisfy our longings?

Wednesday on the World: Christian Hope, the Gift of Salvation

Wednesday on the World: Christian Hope, the Gift of Salvation

The Son of God came into the world, into little Israel, and incarnated himself in a stable in order to save us with an act of unconditional love. What is the evidence for this? Beyond the historical evidence, there is also evidence within our hearts when we ponder the 6 questions Father Robert Spitzer asks in this week's Wednesday on the World.

Wednesday on the World: Christian Hope is Grounded in the Unconditional Love of God

Wednesday on the World: Christian Hope is Grounded in the Unconditional Love of God

This week's Wednesday on the World continues last week's theme of Christian hope.

Wednesday on the World: Christian Hope Grounded in Evidence and Reason

Wednesday on the World: Christian Hope Grounded in Evidence and Reason

In this episode of Wednesday on the World, Fr. Robert Spitzer focuses on Christian hope. Father explains how Christian hope is grounded in both metaphysical and scientific evidence. He then shows how Christian hope is both reasonable and responsible. Watch the full episode below, and, for more resources, see the 7 Essential Modules at CredibleCatholic.com.

Wednesday on the World: 3 Objectives to Make Advent Joyful, Peaceful, and Hopeful

Wednesday on the World: 3 Objectives to Make Advent Joyful, Peaceful, and Hopeful

The liturgical season of Advent is here! For this week's Wednesday on the World, Fr. Robert Spitzer delves into three objectives to keep in mind this Advent: reconciliation, deepening of prayer life, and allowing the joy, peace, and hope of Advent to lead us into the fullness of joy, peace, and hope of Christmas Day.

Wednesday on the World: Move from Depression to Faith and Happiness

Wednesday on the World: Move from Depression to Faith and Happiness

Happy Thanksgiving from the Magis Center! Though we are a day late with this week's Wednesday on the World, the episode below is worth the wait, as it offers an incredible resource for you and your family.

Wednesday on the World: More Ego-Comparison, More Depression

Wednesday on the World: More Ego-Comparison, More Depression

On this episode of "Wednesday on the World," Father Spitzer comments further on the decline in religious participation and introduces the rise of ego-comparative identity. He draws a correlation between these two factors and the rise of suicide and depression rates among young people.

Wednesday on the World: Millennials Are Leaving the Faith at a Rate of 40%

Wednesday on the World: Millennials Are Leaving the Faith at a Rate of 40%

This week on Wednesday on the World, Father Spitzer discusses a Pew Research Center survey that found roughly 40% of young people are leaving their faith and becoming "nones."

Christendom College Transcribes Fr. Spitzer's Graduation Commencement

Christendom College Transcribes Fr. Spitzer's Graduation Commencement

Father Spitzer is traveling this week so in lieu of his Wednesday on the World commentary we wanted to share this month’s cover story from Christendom College’s "Principles" magazine entitled, Three Sane Decisions to Help You Save Your Soul.

Wednesday on the World: John Henry Newman is Declared a Saint

Wednesday on the World: John Henry Newman is Declared a Saint

In this episode of Wednesday on the World, Father Spitzer discusses the life of John Henry Cardinal Newman, declared a saint by Pope Francis this past Sunday. Father Spitzer also shares 3 of Newman's books that had a personal impact on Father's life.

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