This then is the message which we have heard of him, and declare unto you, that God is light, and in him is no darkness
In Laudato Si and many of his other public remarks, Pope Francis has expressed concerns about the rapid advances in technology and the implications for society.
Mike Aquilina is one of the most prolific Catholic authors today, having churned out over fifty books as well as numerous essays and articles.
Moses set before the people Life and Death; from another aspect, Intelligibility and Inanity. He urged them to choose life (Deuteronomy 30:19). The Transcendentals Life
“Gravity is a contributing factor in nearly 73 percent of all accidents involving falling objects.” – Dave Barry The 2017 Nobel Prize in physics
Being raised on a farm in rural South Dakota, I believe I understood simplicity and solitude from a young age. While my friends in town
It’s curious how people who claim to have faith in science criticize Christians for believing in God based on faith. Yet, what science has to
The purpose of revelation is not to confirm what man can know of material and immaterial things through his own natural capacity. The purpose is
April 22 was the annual Earth Day celebration and many valuable seminars, lectures, and exhibits were provided around the country to increase the awareness of
Do we really need to believe in certain miracles to be Christians? That is the question Nicholas Kristof of the New York Times asked Evangelical
Many continue to raise questions about the Church’s role and expertise in addressing environmental issues. Eyebrows were recently raised with the Pontifical Academy of Sciences