The History of the Christian Christmas Tree
The Christian Christmas tree is one of the biggest symbols of Christmas—but what are its origins, and where can you find meaning in yours?
Nobel Laureates and their Clerical Collaborators: Part 2
Once again, proving science and faith are not at odds, Andrew Kassebaum looks at Nobel laureates and their clerical collaborators.
Purposeful Lab: Neuroscience and the Need for Relationship
Purposeful Lab Season 2 reaches its conclusion in Episode 6, where Dan interviews Sofia Carozza on the role of love and relationship in neuroscience.
Fr. Spitzer’s Newest Book: Science at the Doorstep to God
Maggie Ciskanik, M.S., MSc. gives a review of Fr. Spitzer's new book: Science at the Doorstep to God.
A Giving Tuesday Message from Fr. Spitzer
Discover all that the Magis Center has accomplished this year with this Giving Tuesday message and consider donating to the mission.
Purposeful Lab: Probing the Subatomic World
Join Dan and Catherine as they delve into a conversation on the subatomic world with Dr. Aaron Dominguez, a renowned particle physicist.
Thanksgiving, Gratitude, and the Existence of God
The American Thanksgiving is only one of many similar annual celebrations—all giving us time to reflect and show gratitude towards the Divine.
Are Science and Faith Compatible?
On an episode of Follow the Lead Podcast, Fr. Spitzer discusses science and faith and how they are not as at odds as modern culture would have you believe.
Purposeful Lab: Is Extraterrestrial Life Compatible With Christianty?
Dr. Matthew Tsakinakas joins Dan and Catherine to discuss extraterrestrial life and Christianity.
Mindfulness in the Face of Meaninglessness
As we struggle to find meaning in our lives, practicing mindfulness can open us up to a deeper purpose and relationship with God.
The Pop-Culture “Catechism” and “Spotlight” Evangelization
Today, evangelization is faced with many obstacles in the modern world. Read Bill Schmitt's call for spotlight evangelization and its importance.
Art and Philosophy: Plastic Surgery and Pop Art
Pop art is usually used to please the eyes of society, but here, Dr. Kresser presents the argument that the only eyes we need to satisfy are God's.