Quote of the Week:
"My chief reason for choosing Christianity was because the mysteries were incomprehensible. What's the point of revelation if we could figure it out ourselves? If it were wholly comprehensible, then it would just be another philosophy."
Editor of the Encyclopedia Britannica & Catholic convert
St. Thomas Aquinas
Works of St. Thomas Aquinas
Links to the Summa Theologica, as well as other works by Thomas Aquinas (plus a few others).
Free resources to aid in studying the philosophy of Thomas Aquinas (as well as Aristotle).
100's of Proofs of God's Non-Existence
A long, satirical list of arguments against the existence of God, showing the absurdity of the so-called "logic" used by many atheists today.
Catholic Scientists & Mathematicians
A list of some influential scientists and mathematicians who were Catholic (many of whom were priests and even bishops), indicating that the Church may not, in fact, be the archnemesis of science.
Star Wars and the History of Vatican II
A provocative look at the intriguing parallels between the Star Wars films and the history of the Second Vatican Council.
Mary Poppins and Blessed Virgin Mary
Another crazy piece: Disney's film Mary Poppins is really all about Mary, the Mother of Jesus Christ.