Media pioneer Fr Robert Barron speaks to Cradio on how he was inspired to create the Catholicism series and what he has learned about the Church and the world in making his documentaries.
Browsing: Expert Insights
Professor Tracey Rowland speaks on the theological virtues of faith, hope & love and how Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI’s encyclicals brought them to a 21st Century society in desperate need of them.
The new evangelisation: what is it meant to achieve? Why do people seem less receptive to the Word of God today? How do we go about proclaiming the message? We spoke to UK priest and specialist in the new evangelisation Fr Gerard Kelly to find out.
Historian of science Dr Luciano Boschiero explains the roles of theology and natural philosophy, the contribution of the Church to the growth of science, and whether the popular idea of opposition between the Church and science is really true.
Philosopher Sr Mary Prudence Allen RSM discusses how religious traditions influence personal identity and development, what advantages there are in being formed in Catholic tradition, and why a purposeful denial of religious formation to children is misguided.
We caught up with Fr Emmerich Vogt OP to talk about overcoming destructive behaviours, finding peace, and (we had to ask) what it was like working with Blessed Mother Teresa and the Missionaries of Charity.
Moral Theologian Professor Christian Brugger speaks to Cradio about the how Catholic Tradition can respond to secular moral traditions.
Natasha D speaks with law and human rights expert Prof. Brian Scarnecchia on the shifting notion of human rights at an international level, the problem of concupiscence in the legislation of immorality, and the state of contraception around the world.