Category Archives: Faith Resources

Small Things With Great Love: An Interview with James Rosenbloom

Read this: http://www.ignitumtoday.com/2015/03/12/small-things-with-great-love-an-interview-with-james-rosenbloom/  

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Colbert Catholicism

Stephen Colbert — a must watch:

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The Gay Catholic Writer Who Changed My Life

Originally at: http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2015/february-web-only/gay-catholic-writer-who-changed-my-life.html?paging=off by Wesley Hill BOOK TITLE Gay and Catholic: Accepting My Sexuality, Finding Community, Living My Faith AUTHOR Eve Tushnet PUBLISHER Ave Maria Press RELEASE DATE October 20, 2014 PAGES 224 PRICE $13.24 Sometime in 2007 I discovered Eve Tushnet’s … Continue reading

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Robert Barron, YouTube evangelist, lifts up Catholicism’s good, true, and beautiful

Originally at: http://www.cruxnow.com/church/2015/02/06/robert-barron-youtube-evangelist-lifts-up-catholicisms-good-true-and-beautiful/ by Mary Beth McCauley MUNDELEIN, Ill. — Charged by Cardinal Francis George with the vague task of “jump-starting evangelism” in Chicago’s archdiocese nearly a decade ago, the Rev. Robert Barron accepted the mantle with gusto — and in the process, … Continue reading

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How Parishes Can Stop Turning Boys Into Atheists

Originally at: http://thosecatholicmen.com/how-parishes-can-stop-turning-boys-into-atheists/ by Jason Craig Fatherlessness and Atheism In the book Faith of the Fatherless, psychologist Paul Vitz definitively links fatherlessness to atheism. He profiles dozens of prominent atheists, from Nietzsche to Dawkins, and finds an amazing but unsurprising pattern: … Continue reading

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Shocking Beliefs of C.S. Lewis

Originally at: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/frankviola/shockingbeliefsofcslewis/ by Frank Viola A well-known Christian author whom I greatly respect encouraged me to begin a series on the shocking beliefs of some of the great Christians who have impacted church history. Every follower of Jesus is a rough … Continue reading

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The Vatican’s Tao of the Traditional Family

Originally at: http://www.theamericanconservative.com/dreher/tao-of-traditional-family/ by Rod Dreher I cannot say enough good things about the address Lord Sacks, the retired Chief Rabbi of Great Britain, gave to the recent ecumenical gathering in the Vatican devoted to the family. Maybe it is enough to … Continue reading

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Religious filmmakers explore – and cross-examine – faith

Originally at: http://www.cruxnow.com/life/2014/10/24/religious-filmmakers-explore-and-cross-examine-faith/ by  Steven D. Greydanus If atheist and agnostic filmmakers have been responsible for many of the most movingly positive cinematic treatments of religious themes and characters, what about filmmakers of faith? Golden Age Hollywood, of course, is rife … Continue reading

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New Catholic Health Initiative

Originally at: http://www.ncregister.com/daily-news/new-catholic-health-initiative-provides-alternative-to-obamacare-insurance#ixzz3G0aZEiQI by PETER JESSERER SMITH WASHINGTON — Millions of Americans filing their 2014 taxes next year have to prove to that they have health coverage or pay a hefty penalty on their taxes. But Catholics now have a new alternative … Continue reading

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Debating Abortion with a Horn

For years, Brandon Vogt’s friend Trent Horn did something that would terrify most of us: He discussed a controversial issue (abortion), with total strangers, in open squares on college campuses. He shared hundreds of these conversations over the years, and was … Continue reading

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