One of the main objections to the existence of God is the presence of evil in the world. Fr. Andrew Younan addresses this objection by considering it objectively.
Month: September 2018
“What the theology of the body gives us is an articulation of the Catholic sacramental worldview with a special focus on the human person. More precisely, the theology of the body is the sacramental worldview, restructured and rearticulated for a generation plagued by a diseased misunderstanding of the cosmos.”
Luke Burgis and Josh Miller explain that there are three currents in today’s culture contributing to the crisis of vocations. If we don’t understand these currents, it’s easy to be caught in the riptide. But if we understand the problems facing our culture, we can better understand the vocations crisis and help cultivate each person’s unique calling.
Thank you to all who joined us in honoring Fr. George W. Rutler at our first annual Cardinal Newman Award Dinner on September 6, 2018. Held at the beautiful Union League Club of New York City, the dinner was at full capacity as friends and supporters traveled from as far as Florida and Texas to show their appreciation for Fr. Rutler’s outstanding contribution to the Church.
We profess it every week at Mass: the creed. It can often feel like a sixty-second test of memory, but Christians for millennia have lived and died to profess it. In the creed, we proclaim some of the most profound truths of the Faith: God’s fatherhood, Jesus’ divine sonship, the Holy Spirit’s divinity, the Church’s mission.
Spiritual interpretation is a science that is not just analytical, but also spiritual. And it is not just a science, but an art, one that is rooted in contemplation. Some typology is the fruit of scientific exegesis in the Spirit; other typology represents the fruit of personal contemplation. Not all types are created equal.