Posts Tagged: Catholic

5. The Waning of Religious Authority

5. The Waning of Religious Authority

Professor John Merriman: Okay, I’m going to talk about religion today, yes, and what I’m going to first–well, I’ll talk just a little bit about people who weren’t born...

Did the Emperor Constantine found the Catholic Church?

Did the Emperor Constantine found the Catholic Church?

¿Acaso Constantino fundó la Iglesia Católica Romana? Un reclamo que se ve muy presente en las opiniones y escritos de anti-católicos particularmente entre fundamentalistas es el “hecho” que Constantino...

Bishop Barron on Why What You Believe Matters

Bishop Barron on Why What You Believe Matters

A team of sociologists, led by William D’Antonio, who is a professor of a Catholic University, just published a survey. It’s got a lot of media attention because it...

Keeping Youth in the Church

Keeping Youth in the Church

[Music] every now and then the church will refocus its attention on young people with an emphasis on the question of how do we keep young people interested in...

Why I Remain A Catholic: Belief in a Time of Turmoil

Why I Remain A Catholic: Belief in a Time of Turmoil

[MUSIC PLAYING] Good evening. I’m Karen Kiefer. And I’m the director of The Church in the 21st Century Center. And thank you for coming. Thank you to our co-sponsors...

Master’s in Theology & Leadership Webinar

Master’s in Theology & Leadership Webinar

Hello welcome my name is Dr. Anastasia Wenlinder and I am the director of the graduate program in the Religious Studies Department at Gonzaga University and I want to...

EWTN Theology Roundtable – June 2013 – Same-Sex Marriage

EWTN Theology Roundtable – June 2013 – Same-Sex Marriage

Colin: One of the most significant issues of our day, culturally, politically, and theologically is whether persons with same-sex attraction can marry each other. The “Roundtable” will discuss that...

19th Century Reforms: Crash Course US History #15

19th Century Reforms: Crash Course US History #15

Episode 15 Reform Movements Hi I’m John Green. This is Crash Course U.S. history and today we finally get to talk about sex. Also some other things. Today we’re...

Should Religion be Allowed in Public Schools?

Should Religion be Allowed in Public Schools?

We’ve all heard the arguments. Religion does not belong in publicly funded schools. That would be a violation of the separation of church and state right?! Where I live,...

John Thomson: The Player Celtic and Rangers Mourned Together

John Thomson: The Player Celtic and Rangers Mourned Together

John Thomson is still revered as one of the finest goalkeepers of the inter-war period. Despite being an evangelical Protestant, he would also become an icon at the Catholic...