Jesus could easily prove his existence to all people by just appearing to all people... but why doesn't He?
On the Cross, why did Jesus say "Eloi Eloi lama Sabachthani", which means "My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me?
Why Does the Catholic Bible Have More Books? Or should the real question be "Why do Protestant Bibles have fewer books?"
Hint: They don't. Father Nixon explains the relationship Catholics have with Mary, the Mother of God
The perception among many Christians is that Catholics don't read or know the Bible. But is that true? Father Nixon explains...
Women, since the very earliest days of the Church, have played a vital and indispensable role equal to men. Why then can't they also become priests? Father Nixon explains...
Bad analogies for the Trinity are everywhere, and they give people a false understanding of the nature of God.
While I’m not naive enough to think that listing these 5 facts will render me immune from further accusations of “Mary worship”, I do think that they will have an effect if looked at with an open mind. Sacred Scripture does not contain a lot of words about Mary, but what’s there is powerful.
In January 1933, the Belgian mathematician and Catholic priest Georges Lemaitre traveled with Albert Einstein to California for a series of seminars. After the Belgian detailed his Big Bang theory, Einstein stood up applauded, and said, "This is the most beautiful and satisfactory explanation of creation to which I have ever listened."
Bishop Barron explores the link between atheism at Harvard and euthanasia laws in California