Atheist becomes Catholic
Father John was raised an atheist. His father discouraged involvement with any religion. Even so, as a teenage he became interested in Christianity, through his sister’s coach. He began traveling with a church choir, even though he was not a believer. He turned his life over to Christ while singing with the choir. In college he had an atheist History professor which whom he had long discussions. The professor told him that if he had to be religious, there are only two real religions, Judaism and Catholic Christianity. After spending time in Italy, he was received into the Catholic Church. Father John was ordained a priest in 2003.
Seven Reasons Why Everyone Should Be Catholic
Philosopher, Dr. Peter Kreeft gave this Keynote address, Seven Reasons Why Everyone Should Be Catholic, to over 1,100 who attended the 2017 Diocesan Men’s Conference in the Diocese of Harrisburg.
The Reasonableness of Jesus Christ – Father Robert Spitzer
Father Robert Spitzer, S.J. discusses that it is quite reasonable to believe that Jesus Christ is who he said he was. This is not a proof for Jesus’s Divinity (which would nullify the importance of faith) but bolsters that faith for the believer and illustrates to non-Christians that the Faith is not contradictory or non-sensical.
Finding Real Happiness
Fr. Robert Spitzer SJ, PHd talks about the meaning of happiness and its’ four levels. Recorded February 17, 2016 at St. Bede the Venerable, La Canada, CA.
How to Suffer Well
Fr. Robert Spitzer, President of the Napa Institute, delivers this primer on using the teachings of Christ in our daily lives while utilizing scripture, virtue, and spirituality to examine why we suffer and how to do so well.
Put God First – Denzel Washington Motivational & Inspiring Commencement Speech
In delivering the commencement speech at Dillard University, Academy Award-winning actor Denzel Washington told the college graduates to put God first in everything they do, adding that everything he has accomplished in this life was due to the grace of God.
People come into and go out of your life for a Reason
People come and go and some leave an impact on you and you may not even realize how much they affected you until later on in your life.
Twelve Rules for Life
Dr Jordan Patterson, Professor of Clinical Psychology, lists twelve rules for knowing your place in the world. His book 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote for Chaos.