Bishop Barron supports the Jurrasic Park series’ critique of Enlightenment attempt to control nature, but cautions against making humans and animals morally equivalent.
Bishop Robert Barron reflects on the rise of psychologist Jordan Peterson, and offers his thoughts on Peterson’s recent book “12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos”.
Bishop Robert Barron reflects on his recent public discussion with Protestant Christian apologist and philosopher William Lane Craig.
Katherine speaks with Dr Matthew Tan about the Netflix series Stranger Things: the concept of evil as unreal and the role of suffering.
Katherine and Lorraine speak with Stephen McInerney about liberal education, the loss of culture in Australia, and the teaching program of John Senior.
Archbishop Julian Porteous continues his reflection for Catholic Care Tasmania, urging us to meditate on the profound dignity and worth of the human person.
Archbishop Julian Porteous leads us in a reflection on the purpose of the Human Person and offers insights from his own ‘mid-life crisis’.
Dr Gary Johns speaks about the postmodern culture and how it has influenced the contemporary world, and the idea of shaping one’s identity in relation to race and culture.