Mark Nimo explains what it means to become a Christian, God’s call to repentance, and the freedom we receive through reconciliation with God.
In this meditation, Fr Flader gives us a reminder of our purpose and final destination as Christians.
Bishop Barron continues his reflection on Fleming Rutledge’s The Crucifixion by explaining and defending St Anselm’s “satisfaction” view of Christ’s death.
Owen Vyner explores a “Sacramental Personalism” which focuses on the Person of Christ, and how this understanding reveals God’s Mercy in the Sacraments.
Dr Conor Sweeney looks at Mercy through the virtues of love, faith and hope in order to centre God’s Mercy on our relationship with Him as His children.
Bishop Robert Barron explains the teaching and proclamation of St John the Baptist, the relationship between grace and nature, and the purpose of Advent.
Bishop Robert Barron provides an overview of The Divine Comedy by poetic master Dante Alighieri – who Pope Francis invites us to read in the Year of Mercy.