Do we think of the saints as just marble statues in the back of our churches, or do we understand them as the fascinating men and women of God that
As she listened to Christian radio, and participated in Evangelical Bible studies, Maija Fish began to be troubled at the way good Christian people were interpreting the same passages of
While studying as a Presbyterian seminarian, Nathan Wigfield began to ponder more deeply the relationship between grace and free will, between faith in God and obedience to Him. He found
Without a metaphysical understanding of what a human person is, it’s difficult to come up with a solid moral foundation that guides us in how humans should treat one another.
Is St. Paul’s ideal of consecrated vocations devoted to living the Gospel still relevant today? What use to the world are men and women who live celibate lives in communities
Why should Christians care what the Early Church Fathers have to say? Mike Aquilina reminds us that the same world that produced the New Testament also produced a number of
As a Jewish girl turned on-fire Evangelical, the thought of using a term like “Mother of God” in reference to Mary seemed blasphemous to Mother Miriam, who was then known
For Tanner Whitham, who works in outreach for Franciscan University, one of the main obstacles that prevented him from becoming Catholic was the idea of the papacy. How could one
In this short video from The Coming Home Network, Catholic historian and patristics expert Mike Aquilina explains why we can trust the Church, despite a 2000 year past that’s full of
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