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Most people know that saints are an important part of our Catholic faith. But what, exactly, is a saint? And what do saints matter for us today? That's what Dr. Chris and Renae Kranz discuss in this episode of Ignition.
Join Sharon while she explores the Gospel of Luke!
Virtually everyone has scars. And every scar has a story. Scars are reminders of our past...they are reminders that won’t go away. And Jesus has kept His wounds in order to help us to never forget His story.
Many people, including many religious people, think that faith and reason contradict one another. But the Catholic Church has always taught that just the opposite is true: that there is a profound harmony between them, and that includes between science and faith as well. That's what Dr. Chris and Renae Kranz discuss in this episode of Ignition.
From politics to COVID, this past year has been filled with disagreement. That led Christian apologist Natasha Crain to write an article titled “Disagreement Fatigue and 2020: How the Events of the Year Will Shape Christian Interactions in 2021 and Beyond.”
Bishop Barron and Brandon discuss the article, focusing on three of Crain’s predictions for 2021: more Christians will be hesitant to speak publicly about their faith, Christians will increasingly see apologetics as a contributor to (unhealthy) disagreement, and belief in a generic God will continue to be acceptable in culture, but belief in Jesus as God will become increasingly gauche.
A listener asks, what form was Jesus in before the incarnation?