The Best of Lumen Verum Apologetics.
Robert Haddad looks at evidence relating to the history of the True Cross and the crucifixion of Christ, as well as exploring why Catholics venerate the cross.
Paul Bizzanes discusses the issues surrounding two current topics in bioethics and biotechnology: Stem-cell research and cloning.
Fr John Flader explains how the Lenten season came about, how it has changed through history, and why the practices of Lent – such as fasting and almsgiving – exist.
Thomas Kwok speaks on the amazing life of Matteo Ricci, one of the most successful missionaries to China in the 16th Century.
Fr. Mark de Battista looks at the dynamics of courtship and dating, the issues surrounding non-romantic relationships with the opposite sex, and the spiritual friendship.
Anthony English discusses angels, what they mean and instances of them in Scripture and the lives of saints.
Robert Haddad takes on the protestant charge that Mary was not a perpetual Virgin, based on the apparent reading of Scripture that Jesus had ‘brothers and sisters’; and explores who exactly the ‘brothers and sisters’ were.
John Manna looks at authentic discipleship in a contemporary age, what and who a disciple is, and how discipleship relates to our lives.