‘A Day Without Yesterday’: Georges Lemaitre & the Big Bang

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."
Fra. Joseph Mary, F.I.

No Apologies #96: Purgatory and Scripture Part II

Two other Scripture passages are looked at today showing the existence of a middle state where sins are forgiven. One from the Gospel of...
Fr. Robert E. Barron

Fr. Barron comments on “Why I Hate Religion, But Love Jesus”

Fr. Barron comments on "Why I Hate Religion, But Love Jesus" - http://www.wordonfire.org
Dr. Peter Kreeft

7 Reasons to be Catholic by Dr. Peter Kreeft – Part...

Dr. Peter Kreeft is a convert to the Catholic faith from Dutch Calvinism. He teaches philosophy at Boston College and has authored a number...

No Apologies #43: Objections to the Resurrection

Some say Christ never died. Some say the Apostles Hallucinated. Neither of these objections hold water.
fatherbarron-scotthahn

Fr. Barron and Dr. Scott Hahn discuss Modernity, the Bible and...

Fr. Barron and Dr. Scott Hahn discuss Modernity, the Bible and Theology - http://www.wordonfire.org
Call-No-Man-Father

Call No Man Father?

2 minute apologetics by John Martignoni, president of the Bible Christian Society.
Archbishop Fulton Sheen

Archbishop Fulton Sheen on The Stranger Within

Archbishop Fulton Sheen on The Stranger Within

No Apologies #79: Annihilation of the Soul

In this second look at the Jehovah's Witnesses Annihilation of the Soul we point out some Scripture verses and some writings from the Fathers showing that the soul is immortal.
Fr-Barron

What Christians Mean By God

Fr. Barron: What Christians Mean By God

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