Source: Word on Fire Institution via YouTube.com Word on Fire is delighted to share a beautiful new film series entitled “Wonder: The Harmony of Faith and Science.” In the first episode, see how mysteries of physical reality discovered by science—especially the mystery of light—harmonize with mysteries of faith. Learn more: […]
Source: Fr. Gavan Jennings via mercatornet.comUsed with permission. How Western culture has been moulded by faith. In this terrific book, Dubliner Fr Paul O’Callaghan, a lecturer in the school of theology in the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome, presents a succinct and insightful analysis of a daunting […]
Source: Aid to the Church in Need via YouTube There is perhaps no tradition as unique to the Irish Catholic Church as Mass Rocks. Aid to the Church in Need Ireland organised for a Holy Mass to be celebrated at a Mass Rock in each of Ireland’s 26 dioceses in […]
Source: The Thomistic Institute via YouTube Faith is central to human life. The scientific project couldn’t function without it. What Is Faith? (Aquinas 101) Subscribe to our channel here: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheThomisti… Stay connected on social media: https://www.facebook.com/ThomisticIns…https://www.instagram.com/thomisticin… https://twitter.com/thomisticInst Visit us at: https://thomisticinstitute.org/ Header image: The Thomistic Institute via YouTube
In this episode Fr. Mark Goring, recounts how Saint Faustina dealt with being surrounded by a pack of wolves, demons in reality, which were ready to tear her apart. So how do you deal with the demonic, while maintaining your peace. The answer from Saint Faustina’s diary, is total faith and trust in a loving Father God, who is quite capable of looking after us, his children, no matter what our circumstances may seem to indicate.
Source: Bishop Robert Barron via YouTube Friends, at the Regional Congress 2.0 Teach event, I presented on the importance of not dumbing down the faith as we engage in religious education. Young people enjoy asking about and discussing the big questions, from God’s existence, to how to be a good […]
Source: William Jeynes via thepublicdiscourse.comOriginally appeared int Public Discourse, the journal of the Witherspoon Institute of Princeton NJ, and is reprinted with permission. William Jeynes is Professor of Education at California State University, Long Beach. He graduated first in his class from Harvard University. He has served as a speaker and advisor for […]
Most people were taught that Catholics believe in “works righteousness,” that we must do things to earn our salvation. This couldn’t be further from the truth.
Source: Sensus Fidelium on YouTube In the Biblical story of Tobias, we find two good people–Tobias and Sara–despairing. They did not despair of their friendship with God but in their friendship with their fellow men. Man is a social animal. Without the proper support from his fellow man, he loses […]