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What is the Wrath of God?

Last edited 28th October 2014

In Sunday's Mass (26 October 2014) there was a reference to the wrath of God and how only Jesus can save us from it. St Paul, writing to the Thessalonians, commends them who have turned to God from idols to serve the living and true God and to await his Son from heaven, whom he raised from the dead, Jesus, who delivers us from the coming wrath (1 Thess 1:9-10).

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Here's Why Church Teaching on 'Gay Marriage' Did Not Change Today

Last edited 14th October 2014

The Catholic blogosphere exploded Monday after the Extraordinary Synod of Bishops released a document summarising last week’s discussion. But while the relatio post disceptationem, which means “Report After Debate,” has been fodder for sensational headlines claiming a major shift in doctrine, the report is only a beginning, working document of the Church.

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Atheism is Acquired, and Recent Studies Show it is Not Natural to the Human Person

Last edited 7th October 2014

The Venerable Bishop Fulton Sheen once remarked that atheism was not natural to the human person and that it was acquired. He used as his reference St. Paul’s words in Romans 1:18-21.

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God and Outer Space

Last edited 22nd September 2014

A Jesuit brother and president of the Vatican Observatory Foundation discusses the idea of extraterrestrials and how it might affect how humanity sees itself.

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Catholic Talk Blog: "Just War Theory" Refresher

Last edited 24th August 2014

Many Catholics are asking about how we should respond to what is going on in Iraq. Specifically, whether we were required to “turn the other cheek” or if we could be advocating military action – even strong military action – against the IS terrorists.

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Why is it More Rational to Believe the Universe Created Itself than to Believe God Created the Universe?

Last edited 17th June 2014

Radical atheists love to ridicule believers. They mock our “talking snake” in Genesis but really show their own lack of sophistication in understanding the nature of allegory or symbol in human language. And why do they think is it more rational to believe the universe created itself than to believe God created the universe?

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Scott Hahn Explores Power of Saints, Angels in Modern Life

Last edited 28th May 2014

Noted Catholic convert and author Dr. Scott Hahn published a new book May 27 exploring the biblical roots and modern-day interventions of the angels and saints. Hahn told CNA in a recent interview that his improved relationships with several saints inspired him to write the new book, titled “Angels and Saints: A Biblical Guide to Friendship with God's Holy Ones”.

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Big Ideas with Professor Hayden Ramsay

Last edited 29th April 2014

What are the big ideas that face the Catholic Church? How can young people engage with our modern Church? Where can we start when searching for the truth? Is there any hope for people who believe in God? In this interview with Xt3.com, Professor Hayden Ramsay shares an insight into the big ideas facing the modern Catholic Church, and challenges us during these last days of Lent to think about our intellect, and to stop and think about some of the big questions that face society today.

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Fr. Barron comments on Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey

Last edited 26th March 2014

Seth McFarlane, who is a well known atheist, is the executive producer of a remake of "Cosmos". It is yet another series portraying religion as an enemy of science. As Fr. Robert Barron says, "here we go again". Watch this video for a review of Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, and get the facts rights about religion and science.

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Fr. Barron comments on Original Sin

Last edited 10th March 2014

The beginning of Lent is a time for a "spiritual spring clean", which sometimes means going back to the basics. So let's look at the story of creation, and the story of original sin. Why is this Scripture passage so important for Lent? Watch this reflection by Fr. Robert Barron for more.

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