Jesus’ interaction with the good thief, as He is dying, gives us hope that no matter how far we stray from the narrow path, Jesus will always be there to embrace us if we approach him with remorse and repentance.
Jesus is a contradiction that people could not understand in His time and in our time as well. Through pain and suffering, this King Redeemer takes us to the heavenly kingdom, an idea completely alien to those immersed in the allures of this world.
The Faculty of Religious Studies and Philosophy of the University of Saint Joseph will discuss once again the existence of God in the light of modern science, this time with a particular focus on the historical dimension of Jesus Christ.
The extraordinary story of our salvation that is the Holy Week celebrated by Catholics everywhere, reminds us that Catholicism is not a religion of passivity, but of active sacrifice.