If we don’t understand what the Immaculate Conception means, we can’t really understand how God prepared the way for his Son to enter history. We can’t understand Mary’s role in it. We can’t even understand our destiny—not fully, anyway.
Ash Wednesday often draws crowds to Mass, rivaling Christmas and Easter. What’s so attractive about getting ashes smeared on one’s forehead?
There are some questions science, society and sociology cannot answer. They are common to every human heart. There is only one Person who can answer these questions: the Word made flesh.
Why is the belief of the Church important in the voting process? Because those Catholics and Christians whose lives are ordered by the belief of the Church bring Jesus Christ and his saving gospel into the public square. That really says it all.
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.