Fr Robert Barron explains why Christianity is not, contrary to Immanuel Kant and the New Atheists, simply an ethical framework.
Dr Adam Cooper from the JPII Institute provides an introduction to Salvation History by explaining the plot of our salvation with Christ at the centre, and how Salvation History is ultimately a love story between God and humanity.
Glen Bolas discusses the history of dissent against the divinity of Christ, and explores these claims against the words of Christ Himself.
Eamonn Keanne talks about our creation, the fall, how God poured out Himself to redeem us, and how He reveals His power over death through the Resurrection.
Dr Matthew Tan draws on a sermon from Pope St Leo the Great to explain why the Resurrection of Christ is not the end point of salvation history.
Why did Jesus answer the request of a ‘non-believer’? Fr Bony Abraham MGL speaks about the faith that saves in this homily for the 20th Sunday in Ordinary time.
In times of difficulty do we doubt, and in times of success, do we try to be self-sufficient? Or do we look to Christ?
In his homily for the 2nd Sunday of Lent, Fr Vlad reflects on Christ’s salvific mission, and our own experience of transfiguration through Christ.