5 Catholic Apologetics Questions Students Ask (and How to Answer Them)
Whether you’re a religious ed. teacher, a DRE, or even a parent, you may have been asked one or all of these contemporary Catholic apologetics questions.
Can Catholics Believe in Near Death Experiences?
An in-depth look into near-death experiences and where they fit into the Catholic Faith.
Credible Catholic is Now Called ‘Magis Institute for Teachers and Catechists’
Magis has an exciting announcement: Credible Catholic is now called ‘Magis Institute for Teachers and Catechists’! And the growth is not stopping there!
Let 'Gaslighting' Illuminate the Need for Truth
Merriam-Webster’s 2022 word of the year, 'gaslighting,' brings a timely catechetical relevance: a need for truth in today's culture.
The 'Just Right' Anthropic Coincidences of Our Goldilocks Universe: Part IV
Dr. Kurland continues to discuss the 'just right' anthropic coincidences of our universe by examining the chemistry of water and hydrogen bonding.
The Trilemma Of C.S. Lewis, Part Five: Jesus Is God
As John Clark wraps up his series on the 'Trilema of C.S. Lewis,' he discusses his application of apologetics to the claim that Jesus is God.
Art for the Ages: Botticelli and the Divine Human
Dr. Katie Kresser explores the work of Sandro Botticelli and what it means to be made in the image of God.
The Christian Meaning of the Twelve Days of Christmas
There are many Christmas carols, secular and Christian, but do you know the Christian meaning of the Twelve Days of Christmas?
Music and the Brain with Dr. Oliver Sacks: Christmas Edition
Have you ever wondered about the link between music and the brain? Here, Maggie Ciskanik discusses the evidence found by Dr. Oliver Sacks.
The History of the Christian Christmas Tree
The Christmas tree is one of the biggest symbols of Christmas—but what are its origins, and where can you find meaning in yours?
8 Deadly Sins in Literature: Envy
The sin of envy usually comes from the belief that you have been treated unfairly. Literature shows readers how envy can grow and consume its victims.
The Science (or Lack Thereof) Behind Juan Diego’s Tilma
Can science prove that the Juan Diego tilma was not done by the miraculous hand of God? Take a close look at five aspects of the argument.