“When we recall the four last things (death, judgment, Heaven, and Hell), we ought to consider for a moment what Scripture and Tradition have to say about what our resurrected bodies will be like.” – Monsignor Charles Pope
As November ends but Advent begins, Monsignor Pope asks us to remember the four last things.
Will the day of judgment be one of shame–or a story of restoration, redemption, and resurrection to be sung with joy?
Dan Burke and Melissa Elson explore the Church’s teachings on death, judgment, Heaven, and Hell by speaking with Fr. Wade Menezes about his book “The Four Last Things”.
On this Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, Liz Estler explores what it means for Christ to be enthroned in our hearts.
How does the existence of hell prove God’s goodness? Find out as Allison Ricciardi explores a common cultural myth that a good God would not send people to hell.
Are you ready for Advent? Dan and Melissa have some suggestions that will help you cleanse your soul in preparation for Christmas.
Death Perception Depth perception can be defined as the ability to perceive things and their spatial relationship in three dimensions. Death perception, on the other
Retreat Guide for Easter: The Tomb and the Pearl The newest Retreat Guide from RC Spirituality, “The Tomb and the Pearl: A Retreat Guide for
Dear Dan, why would the Church recommend that we meditate on such horrible things as hell and the last judgment (aren’t there four things.)? Anyway,