The Fall and Original Sin
Before we can fully understand the concept of original sin, we must first understand the fall and our first parents.
What Draws Us to the Sacred? Mircea Eliade on Hierophany, Myths, and Homo Religiosus
Mircea Eliade found that religion originates from an experience of the sacred common to all. Also common are hierophany, myths, and homo religiosus.
The 3 Levels of Conversion: Moral Conversion
Moral conversion focuses on the consistent practice of the higher self’s triumph over the lower self. Learn more here!
Sinai as Interpretive Key to Genesis Part III: From Eden to the Temple
Dive into understanding the book of Genesis that we know today by looking at the Garden of Eden and the Tabernacle in the final installment of the series.
God, Science, and Creation
Almost two hours of in-depth reason and discourse by Fr. Spitzer on what science can tell us about God, science, and creation.
Suicide in Catholicism
Suicide in Catholicism is often misunderstood. Here, Fr. Spitzer answers an EWTN viewer's personal question regarding a loved one's suicide.
What Makes Us Human: The Origin of Language
An argument that the soul is the condition necessary for certain powers and characteristics that are at the center of what makes us human.
What Does the Catholic Church Say about Near Death Experiences?
Have you ever wondered, 'What does the Catholic Church Say about near-death experiences?' Enjoy this video and discussion about the relationship.
Human Intelligence vs. Animal Intelligence
Recent studies show that humans are categorically different from animals, not only in their language abilities, but also in their ability to form concepts.
Reconciling Contemporary Science and the Doctrine of Original Sin
An analysis of the challenges that arise in the conflict between the perspective of the natural sciences and the Doctrine of Original Sin.
Just How Big is a Light Year? The Cosmic View
How can we conceive the astronomical distances in space? Maggie Ciskanik answers by explaining the light year and our cosmic view.
Why Do Good People Suffer?
A look at the story of Job and an answer to the commonly asked question, 'Why do good people suffer?'