Matthew Bunson and Montse Alvarado react to the news of the new Motu Proprio on the Extraordinary Form, and Al sits down with Fr. Daniel Maurer who has returned from Russia.
What does it mean to be Human? We talk with Carter Snead.
Ken Hensley shares how the writings of St John Newman led him to the Church.
We dive into John Chapter 17 with Peter Herbeck.
We discuss the Biblical Theology of Pope Benedict with Scott Hahn. Kresta Comments: The Second Coming of Christ What does it mean when we say in the creed that Christ will “Come again in Glory?” Al discusses. The Biblical Theology of Pope Benedict Yesterday we
Al discusses finding the will of God, and JP Moreland asks when “Following the Science” becomes “Worshipping the Scientist.” Kresta Comments: Can we know the Will of God? When Does “Trusting the Science” become “Worshipping the Science?” For the last year we’ve been told that
Massimo Franco shares his interview with Pope Emeritus Benedict and Brent Robbins shares how he overcame the problem of evil in his return to the Church. Pope Benedict Speaks On February 28, 2013, the resignation of Pope Benedict became official. He recently reflected on his
Al looks at Christ as the answer to loneliness and meets “Mattress Mack,” who has helped Houstonians affected by the storms. Kresta Comments: Christ as the Answer to Loneliness Loneliness among Americans has been growing in recent years, but the policy response to the COVID-19
Michael New reports from CPAC and Fr Thomas Morrow has tips for overcoming sinful thoughts. What Happened at CPAC? The annual Conservative Political Action Conference was held this weekend and once again Donald Trump stole the show. Between his speech, a social media campaign to
Al and Fr John Riccardo take your calls on Unity and rebuilding the parish Direct to My Desk: Unity and the Increasingly Urgent Mission of the Church The Catholic Church knows that the path to unity does not go through Washington. Healing our nation’s divisions