Already discussing physical evil Part I, Fr. Austin Litke next tackles the existence of moral evil and what it is. If there were truly an all powerful, all knowing and merciful God, why did He create a Universe in which people could choose wrong? This commonly asked and difficult question, however, lays the groundwork for an unexpected conclusion.
What is true freedom?
Rivalries may be fun in sports, but what happens when there are rivalries in the Church?
Love requires freedom and freedom requires temperance. With that in mind, listen to this Catholic Bytes episode and learn some practical ways in which you can grow in the virtue of temperance.
Does papal infallibility extend to deciding what the best candy bar is?
Why confession? Not only does it seem unnecessary, but also rather uncomfortable. Can’t we just confess our sins in private directly to God? What about, hey, I just don’t want to tell anyone I’ve messed up? These common queries and questions are tackled by Fr. Seith, providing insight from the “other side” of the confessional.
Open your doors to God’s love.
Little God reminders.
Should the Bible be our only authority? This is one point that distinguishes the Catholic Church and many Protestant churches. Tune into this Catholic Bytes episode as John and Ashley Noronha talk about the scriptural, historical, and logical aspects of this question.
Now that’s an oxymoron.