April 13, 2017

‘The Case for Christ’ and a stubbornly historical religion

The Case for Christ is interesting for any number of reasons, but I think it is particularly compelling for its subtle portrayal of the psychological, spiritual, and intellectual dynamics of evangelization.
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Missionary disciples at work

Respect for all human life from conception to natural death is a central tenet of our faith. It serves as the underpinning of what we believe, teach and practice.
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Pope to priests: Never separate truth, joy, mercy from the Gospel

“The priest makes the message joyful by his whole being,” the pope said, and it is in “little things” that this joy is best shared.
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How do we find God?

Father Joseph Breighner offers three tips for getting closer to God.
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Movie Review: ‘The Case for Christ’

As his wife undergoes a gradual conversion to evangelical Christianity an aggressively atheistic Chicago journalist uses his investigative skills to try to disprove the Resurrection, and with it the faith.
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Pope names 13 consultors to Vatican Secretariat for Communications

U.S. Jesuit Father James Martin of America magazine and Michael P. Warsaw, chairman of the board and CEO of EWTN Global Catholic Network, were named by Pope Francis to help advise the Vatican Secretariat for Communications.
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