The Best of Lumen Verum Apologetics.
Michael Suttie explores the pitfalls of modern architecture and the principles of classical & traditional architecture which can improve our built societies today.
Dr Wanda Skowronska presents three false theologies which Pope Benedict refutes throughout his writings: the “historical” Jesus, the “revolutionary” Jesus, and the “new age” Jesus.
Dr Garrick Small explores how our current economy is impacting on family life, and what Catholic perspectives and knowledge can offer to this situation.
Scott & Marcel describe how the battle to end abortion is a stark confrontation of good and evil – as both a temporal and spiritual battle.
Anthony English explores the amazing life and works of the great Saint Augustine of Hippo, with reference to his “Confessions” and St John Paul II’s Apostolic Letter “Augustinum Hipponensem”.
Paul Morrissey helps us to draw out an understanding of the Old Testament through the use of analogies and typologies with the New Testament.
Anthony English looks at the events of the Assumption of Our Lady and what this means, why this occurred, and looks at a number of common questions surrounding the event and doctrine of the Assumption.
Fr Michael de Stoop outlines some important elements of the Sacrament of Confession in light of the Parable of the Prodigal Son and the graces which we receive through Reconciliation.