Why does God permit evil and the suffering that surrounds it? Father John Bartunek reflects on issues that often come up when people talk about assisted suicide; part one of this two-part series.
What do Pearl Harbor and World War II’s V-J Day have to do with the Blessed Virgin Mary? And, what does She have to do with the war against Satan? Find out when Dr. Peter Howard expands on this these concepts in today’s post on this holy day: The Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception.
What do we do when our emotions about evil in our world contradict themselves? What path should we follow? Find out when Father John Bartunek takes a look at the second thing we can do about this situation in part II of this two-part series.
What do we do when our emotions about evil in our world contradict themselves? What path should we follow? Find out the first thing we can do about this in part I of this two-part series by Father John Bartunek.
The Devil: Is He for Real? Why Does God Let Him Hang Around? Dear Father John, I’ve heard that talking about the devil is just
Father Fortea, why does Satan appear more frequently in the New Testament than in the Old? The term Satan appears eighteen times in the Old
Father Fortea, are only those who want to be condemned actually condemned? No one really wants to be condemned. But some choose to be condemned
Father Fortea, does “infinite evil” exist? No, evil is limited. Evil always exists in a finite being; it does not exist in itself. While an
What is Evil? Father Fortea, what is evil? Evil is the lack (or privation) of a good that should be present in a thing. For