Today we remember the Dedication of the Basilica of Saint Mary Major in Rome. One might ask, “Why make a big deal about a church so far away, built so long ago?”
Mighty oak trees line the carriage way leading to the main entrance of the stately 1905 mansion that became the administration building at Stonehill College. Still today visitors and employees often feel the sting of a random acorn striking them on the noggin!
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Critics of religion often claim that those who believe in God lack any rational or logical reasons for their faith. Unfortunately, when challenged, many believers don’t have arguments like that at the ready.
Virtues aren’t just for super holy people who may wind up as saints – they’re an achievable, if not always easy, goal for all of us. We all have bad habits, from putting things off to getting sucked into Netflix for hours at a time. But how can we combat them? In “Catholic Central: Virtues,” Kai and Libby take you through the Cardinal and Theological Virtues that can help you combat bad habits and live a happier, more fulfilled life.
So, who is God? Big, Scary Guy in the sky? The Uncaused Cause? Our Father, Who Art in Heaven? God is a term that’s thrown around a lot, but what do Catholics really mean when they say God? How can we know who God is? Why does God seem to have changed throughout time? In “Catholic Central: Who Is God?”, Kai and Libby take you through some of the qualities that Catholics believe God has, and why they differ from the vengeful, angry being you might have read about.