This video explores the complementarity of faith, reason, and science, and answers the critique that faith is unnecessary since science can answer every important question.
Divine Revelation reveals the certitude that, in the end, religious belief has the last word in History, for it is God’s will that no man should forever dwell in darkness, but rather darkness shall inevitably give way to Light by virtue of the prayer that unites man to Christ.
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin has become a leading figure in championing respect for human life, dignity, and support of the common good. Given the recent episodes of school violence, Gov. Bevin makes this well-reasoned point: it is naive and delusional to think that adding gun-control laws is itself an adequate solution to these problems.
At the origin of human culture is art, which can be termed an adaptation of culture to its environment. Indeed, in a more general manner, life is itself artistic, as there is an inherent aesthetic to the rhythm that paces the life of every human culture.
I’m often asked if Catholics believe in evolution. Also, Catholics themselves are often confused about what they can or cannot believe about it. Is it compatible or incompatible with the divine Christian faith and belief of the Church? The answer is, “It depends.”