Why should we not fear the end of our mortal lives? What example does Christ’s death on the Cross give to us?
This is a story of a miracle of the most important kind. My father is near the end of his life. He is 79 –
Will we know our loved ones in Heaven? Fr. Francois Rene Blot consults Scripture and the writings of the saints to answer this question.
Dan Burke’s and Melissa Elson’s second interview of the ever-popular Fr. Michael Kerper on the subject of godparents, angels, guardian angels, ghosts, and damnation found in his book “A Priest Answers 27 Questions You Never Thought to Ask”.
Find out why saints are often shown with skulls when Father John Bartunek explains the concept of “memento mori”.
Meditation on Ash Wednesday, an excerpt from Father Gabriel of Saint Mary Magdalen’s Carmelite classic “Divine Intimacy”.
Does asking for death constitute sin? And, what does despair have to do with it? Find out when Father John Bartunek responds to a reader’s question.
Should people who do evil be excused? Are they culpable for sinning? Does God heal them after they die? Catholic therapist Allison Ricciardi explores these questions and more.
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.
Can suffering have meaning? Father John Bartunek reflects on this and on the sacredness of human life in part two of this two-part series on responding to assisted suicide issues.