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Whether you are interested in becoming Catholic, or just curious to learn what we're all about, you and your questions are always welcome!  

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Rome Sweet Home - Scott and Kimberly Hahn

The conversion story of the once-Presbyterian minister, Scott Hahn, and his wife, Kimberly Hahn. 

Why We're Catholic - Trent Horn

Trent Horn provides a simple and easy-to-read explanation for why someone would want to be Catholic.

This One Thing Makes Christianity Different From Every Other Religion

This One Thing Makes Christianity Different From Every Other Religion

(Today's video is an excerpt from "Belonging: Baptism in the Family of God." To learn more about this amazing resource visit: ) Is Jesus who He says He is? How do we know he's not a liar or a lunatic? Today, Fr. Mike shares a story from his own life about a time when he was taking a class on world religions and their belief systems and how a quote from C.S. Lewis changed everything for him about how he came to understand who Jesus truly is. We'll be doing things a little bit differently on Wednesdays for the next few weeks while Fr. Mike and Ascension work on the Catechism in a Year podcast. If you'd like to learn more about the podcast (and help support our work!) check out ❓ Have ideas for future videos ❓ Topics you want to hear about ❓ Questions you want answered ❓ Make sure to put #AskAscension in your comment 👍 — MORE FROM ASCENSION — 🔸Ascension’s main website: 🔸Ascension Media: 🔸The Great Adventure Bible: — SOCIAL MEDIA — 🔸Facebook: 🔸Twitter: 🔸LinkedIn: 🔸Instagram: 🔸Subscribe: — BULLDOG CATHOLIC — 🔸YouTube: 🔸iTunes: Ascension Publishing Group, LLC Musicbed SyncID: MB01V0W9FHN5H3O
Where is the evidence for God? | Bishop Robert Barron

Where is the evidence for God? | Bishop Robert Barron

This interview is an episode from The Well, our new publication about ideas that inspire a life well-lived, created with the John Templeton Foundation. Subscribe to The Well on YouTube ► Up Next ► Do sinners really go to hell? The most misunderstood word in religion is "faith." Faith is not a call to belief in superstition. We should love science, but not scientism — the mistaken belief that knowledge can only come from scientific inquiry. God cannot be sought in an empirical or scientific way. Literature, philosophy, and religion are other ways that we can gain knowledge about reality and the human condition. Read the video transcript ► ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- About Bishop Barron: Bishop Robert Barron is the founder of Word on Fire Catholic Ministries, Auxiliary Bishop of Los Angeles, and the host of CATHOLICISM, a groundbreaking, award winning documentary about the Catholic Faith. He received a Master’s Degree in Philosophy from the Catholic University of America (1982) and a doctorate in Sacred Theology from the Institut Catholique de Paris (1992). He has published numerous books, essays, and articles on theology and the spiritual life. He has also appeared on several media outlets including NBC, PBS, FOX News, CNN, and EWTN. His website,, has reached over 3.8 million people and his weekly YouTube videos have been viewed over nine million times. His pioneering work in evangelizing through the new media led Cardinal Francis George, Archbishop Emeritus of Chicago, to describe him as “one of the Church’s best messengers.” ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Read more from The Well: Are you a spectator to reality? Or are you its creator? ► Can mathematics be spiritual? Ask Einstein ► Why Einstein is a “peerless genius” and Hawking is an “ordinary genius” ► ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- About The Well Do we inhabit a multiverse? Do we have free will? What is love? Is evolution directional? There are no simple answers to life’s biggest questions, and that’s why they’re the questions occupying the world’s brightest minds. So what do they think? How is the power of science advancing understanding? How are philosophers and theologians tackling these fascinating questions? Let’s dive into The Well. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Join The Well on your favorite platforms: ► Facebook: ► Instagram:
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