FATHER SPITZER’S UNIVERSE
ANSWERING VIEWER QUESTIONS
Viewer questions are front and center as Fr. Spitzer and Doug Keck address matters of faith chosen by the audience, including the ordination of women and the Wedding Feast at Cana.
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Our hosts discuss why evil exists, and the essence of Augustine of Hippo’s statement that an unjust law is no law at all. What’s more important is who determines if a law is just.
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Fr. Spitzer and Doug Keck discuss topics from Father’s new book, including the impact on society of Jesus’ teaching that the sabbath was made for man and not man for the sabbath.
ANSWERING VIEWERS QUESTIONS
Fr. Spitzer and Doug Keck answer questions about the faith sent in by our viewers. They also cover topics in the news, discuss the dangers of Ouija boards, and address how people can progress in their moral life.
FR SPITZER’S UNIVERSE NAPA SPECIAL 2023
A special edition from the 13th Annual Napa Summer Conference. Our hosts field questions about the possibility of other life in the universe, and is it okay to enjoy the good things in life when others are suffering.
ANSWERING VIEWERS QUESTIONS
EWTN viewers have a variety of questions today for Fr. Spitzer and Doug Keck. They ask if free will is an illusion, what is the Christian response to lawlessness, and do we show disrespect by praying directly to God?
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Fr. Spitzer and Doug Keck talk about obedience, and how obedience out of love is quite different from obedience out of fear and obedience out of coercion.
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Fr. Spitzer and Doug discuss Jesus’ primary mission objective to defeat Satan and his minions, while bringing the Kingdom of God, sharing the good news, and initiating His Church.
ANSWERING VIEWERS' QUESTIONS
Today, Fr. Spitzer and Doug Keck answer a range of viewer questions. They tackle such topics as: Is it sinful not to attend a mother’s funeral, and where can one find secular studies to back up the Church’s teaching?
THE MORAL WISDOM OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH, pt. 14
In the latest topic from Father’s new book “The Moral Wisdom the Catholic Church,” Fr. Spitzer and Doug Keck discuss that the more a person ignores moral laws, the greater the chance of increased anxiety and depression.
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Continuing their discussion on the moral wisdom of the Catholic Church, our hosts explain that the more a society is committed to these moral teachings, the more a harmonious culture will prevail for that society.
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Fr. Spitzer and Doug explain how the Church’s objective moral norms are meant for our development and happiness. By accepting them as gifts that lead us closer to God, they will no longer seem unfair or burdensome.
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As outlined in his book on the Church’s moral wisdom, Fr. Spitzer explains how the future of our culture and society may well depend upon the extent to which we can restore objective moral norms, religion and conscience.
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In today’s discussion, Fr. Spitzer and Doug Keck talk about how people can obtain their moral identity from many sources, including religion, conscience and common beliefs, but religion is the most powerful source.