Watch Brian Holdsworth's video about how we should respond to the disappointment that is caused by the scandals and moral failures of our spiritual leaders.
The inquisition existed to protect people from unjust persecution by ignorant and uninformed authorities.
We don’t do it because we think that some good thing like food or technology are bad. We do it because we recognize that we are bad and need to overcompensate to become good.
If sins are wrong and God made us and the universe according to a certain intelligibility whereby his mind and intention is revealed to us through nature, why did he make some sins feel so good?
Should you marry someone with different beliefs? If you do, what impact will that have on your relationship long-term, and how will you deal with those differences?
There are more constructive ways to address the crisis than the cycle of blame we seem to be caught in.
A new Pew Research Center Survey was published this week that says that only 1 third of Catholics believe the Church’s teaching about the real presence of Jesus in Holy Communion.
All too often, the Church tries to reach out to youth with attempts to be relevant. But these attempts almost always come off as out of touch, desperate pandering.
Prior to the sexual revolution, our society had a certain legal and moral consensus on sexual behaviour. Then certain factions in society started pushing for a cultural shift that produced the sexual revolution based on a desire to liberalize sexuality in western society.
Brian Holdsworth talks about his experience of attending his first Latin Mass.