Purposeful Lab: Society Of Catholic Scientists Conference
Dan and Catherine discuss if science and faith are incompatible and the Society Of Catholic Scientists in the latest episode of Purposeful Lab.
How Scientism Undermines Science
Dr. Joseph Magee dives into the topic of scientism and argues against the alternative reductionist worldview of scientific materialism.
The Secret to Happiness: Living for Others
We can learn the secret to happiness in Fr. Spitzer's 4 Levels of Happiness. Here, he specifically discusses level 3: living for others.
Fr. Spitzer Discusses Science and the Evidence for God
At the World on Fire Conference 2023, Fr. Spitzer gave a talk discussing the scientific evidence for God. Here are some of his talking points.
Roger Bacon and the New Science
Learn about Roger Bacon, a 13th-century Franciscan monk, who is considered a forerunner of the modern scientific method.
Fr. Spitzer's Six Prayers for Suffering, Trial, and Anxiety
Here are some of Fr. Spitzer's favorite spontaneous prayers for suffering, trials, and anxiety. Also, download a free sheet of spontaneous prayers.
Season 2 of Purposeful Lab Unveiled: Meet the Guests
Discover Season 2 of 'Purposeful Lab' as we unveil our esteemed guests. Topics covered will range from cosmology to epistemology to neuroscience.
When Does the Soul Leave the Body?
Fr. Spitzer answers the question of when do our souls leave immediately when we die.
The Great Misunderstanding of Empathy
What is empathy? Empathy is a unifying force that creates relationships predicated upon care for another rather than utility.
The Secular Versus Catholic View of the Human Person
University of Notre Dame Professor Carter Snead explains the secular versus Catholic view of the human person.
A Caution on Near Death Experiences
Near death experiences are common in popular storytelling and more common than one might think. But what caution should we exercise regarding NDEs?
Lose Yourself to Find Yourself
You may choose dissimilar methods from Christianity on your journey to lose yourself to find yourself and C.S. Lewis says your intentions are not far off.