The most extreme abortion regime in the world has been imposed on our part of the island of Ireland, despite the fact that the majority of our elected representatives oppose it and without any opportunity for the Northern Irish electorate, to say ‘yay’ or ‘nay’.
Culture & Society
Commentary and discussion on a range of cultural topics, ranging from media to art and everything in-between!
Even though China’s economy has been severely affected by the coronavirus, and many residents suffer financial difficulties, the CCP threatens to take away the last means of survival from elderly believers—government-issued subsidies. To keep them, they must stop believing in God.
We’re all hyper-distracted, pulled in so many directions from our phones, to TV, to social media. We’re plagued by notifications, texts, pings, and alerts. Why do we put up with all these distractions? How can we avoid them? Bishop Barron shares how to fight back and find pleasure in “useless things.”
First dates can be AWKWARD! Here’s some of our best combined tips for men to have a great first date!
What does Jesus mean when he says that his disciples will do greater works than he has done in John 14:12? Dr. Brant Pitre discusses this in this video taken from the Mass Readings Explained for the 5th Sunday of Easter in Year A.
As we know, random changes and unguided natural processes routinely succeed in assembling functional equipment for a range of uses. Wait…it doesn’t work that way?
Over the last 50 years, we have witnessed an explosion of Eastern philosophy and martial arts in Western culture. What has been their influence upon the last 2 generations? And where does this path we have set our feet upon lead? Does the study of Martial Arts, Tai-Chi and Yoga really lead to a more disciplined way of life, as is being promoted by the media today?
Steven Mosher explains how the worldwide Coronavirus crisis is linked to the Chinese Communist Party — CCP. In this exclusive interview for TFP Student Action, you will also learn how the Catholic Church in China is suffering intense persecution today. Get the facts with Mr. Mosher, top expert on affairs in China, president of Population Research Institute and author of “Bully of Asia: Why China’s Dream Is the New Threat to World Order.”
In this episode Trent discussed the death of George Floyd as well as the protests and violence that have broken out in several major cities as a result. He also talks about how we as Catholics should keep the Gospel at the center of our response to racism, police brutality, and other unjustifiable violence.
In his latest book Zombie Science, biologist Jonathan Wells asks a simple question: If the icons of evolution were just innocent textbook errors, why do so many of them still persist? Wells gave a presentation about Zombie Science at the book’s national launch party recently in Seattle.
Modern accounts of personhood fail because they do not explain deep-seated moral intuitions about the value of human life.
The 2008 film The Boy in the Striped Pajamas (based on a novel of the same name) is a fictional story about the friendship between an eight-year-old son of a Nazi concentration camp officer and another eight-year-old who is one of the camp’s prisoners. The boy, named Bruno, thinks the camp is merely a farm and asks his father why the farmers “wear pajamas” (which are actually inmate uniforms). Bruno’s father begins his answer, ominously:
New Age is a term that encompasses a broad spectrum of spiritual, philosophical, and theological thought developing in the West since the eighteenth century, mainly in counterpoint to (if not in direct reaction against) the rationalism of the Enlightenment. New Age suggests that adherents are seeking to usher in a new phase in human history (i.e., a “new age” or new epoch) through their spiritual practices and their philosophical and theological developments of traditional Western religious thought and practice.