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De-Bunking Myths About Christianity

Last edited 20th June 2012

“Christianity is the main, central, most common, and most thoroughly and purposefully marginalized, obscured and publicly and privately misrepresented belief system in the final decades of the 20th century and the opening years of the 21st.” These words come from the introduction to UK-born, and now Canadian resident Michael Coren’s new book “Heresy: Ten Lies They Spread About Christianity".

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Why It's Okay to be Against Heresy: By Fr. Robert Barron

Last edited 13th June 2012

A couple of weeks ago, some prominent Catholic women in America gave voice to some fundamental misunderstandings about the Catholic Church. In this video, Fr. Robert Barron disputes these misunderstandings, and explains why it is so important to dispute heresies against the Church.

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"God is Dead" - A Response to the Claims of the New Atheism

Last edited 8th June 2012

This video is in response to the claims of the "New Atheism." One that has been presented by the likes of Sam Harris, Richard Dawkins and the late Christopher Hitchens. One who holds faith is NOT irrational. Science and reason are not incompatible with faith in fact they compliment each other very well because they come from the same source, God.

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Is There Really a Natural Law?

Last edited 25th May 2012

A common argument against same-sex marriage is that it is ‘unnatural’. But without qualification, such an argument is pointless. What do people mean when they call something ‘unnatural’? Do they mean ‘unusual’, ‘abnormal’, or ‘ugh! I don’t like it!’? Do they mean ‘it doesn’t happen in the animal kingdom!’ or ‘it can’t happen without human interference!’? Perhaps they mean ‘it contains synthetic products!’ or ‘it was built in a factory!’? As an ethicist, I draw on a system of ethics known as ‘Natural Law theory’. The theory dates back to Aristotle, was developed by Thomas Aquinas, and has, in recent decades undergone a resurgence and reinterpretation.

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Re-Cast the Debate: No Such Thing as a Non-Believer

Last edited 21st May 2012

Every citizen has faith and belief in something and contrary to popular opinion, there is no such thing as an unbeliever, says Professor Iain Benson, internationally renowned legal philosopher, writer, professor and practicing legal consultant.

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A CSA Is Like the Body of Christ

Last edited 16th May 2012

Farmers have a hard life. All that work, and a dry summer or a plague of locusts or a freak hailstorm destroys the entire crop. What’s brilliant about CSAs is that the community takes the hit along with the farmer. CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture, but to anyone under the age of 12, you’d think the word was a synonym for “farm.”

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Religious Liberty: A Commentary by Fr. Barron

Last edited 16th May 2012

What would happen in a world without Religious Liberty? Why is it so important? In this video, Fr. Robert Barron talks about his recent trip to England, where he explored the evidence and the results of the extreme presecution against the Catholic Church in the 16th century. What does persecution look like today, in the 21st century?

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How to Solve the Bully Problem

Last edited 14th May 2012

It is very difficult indeed to watch the new documentary "Bully" without experiencing both an intense sadness and a feeling of helplessness. The film opens with the heartbreaking ruminations of a father whose son committed suicide after being brutally bullied by his classmates.

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Pope Visits the Gemelli Hospital, Talks About Faith and Reason...

Last edited 4th May 2012

On 3 May, Pope Benedict XVI visited the Gemelli Hospital in Italy, to congratulate teachers, students and staff on the 50th anniversary of the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery. The Pope talked about his time as a university professor, by explaining why the relationship between reason and faith is so critical.

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Faith and Reason: A Commentary by Fr. Barron

Last edited 3rd May 2012

Is faith unreasonable? Not at all! In this video, Fr. Robert Barron sheds light on the faith vs. reason debate, and explains that the Catholic tradition loves questions. We believe in both faith and reason - they work together! Watch this video to learn more.

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