, G.K. Chesterton's classic on Christian apologetics, presents Chesterton's probing questions about what it means to be human and his discovery that only Christianity can answer those quesions. More relevant than ever, Orthodoxy
exudes Chesterton's no-nonsense style and wit, while delving into theology in an accessible way, offering readers a solid defense of the Faith. "I will not call it my philosophy; for I did not make it. God and humanity made it; and it made me."
Join us as Dale Ahlquist, President of the Society of Gilbert Ketih Chesterton and Publisher of Gilbert Magazine, shares his thoughts about this important book.
"Alhquist on Chesterton is like Boswell on Johnson or Plato on Socrates." The New Oxford Review Orthodoxy
is part of the Noll Library Classics
series from OSV.
Who Do You Say That I Am?: Helping Catholics Understand and Embrace the Gift of Eucharist Presenter: Teresa Tomeo
Wednesday, August 28, 2019
11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Eastern time
A recent poll from the Pew Center found that over 70% of baptized Catholics do not believe in the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist, even though the Eucharist is considered as the CCC teaches the "source and summit" -- the center of our faith. And even among Catholics who attend Mass more regularly, the news is not very encouraging with the same study showing 37% struggle with this teaching. How could this be and what can the faithful Catholics do to help others understand the gift of Jesus, the "word made flesh", which we are blessed to receive in Holy Communion? Join Teresa Tomeo, internationally acclaimed TV and radio personality, and "Eye on Culture" columnist for OSV Newsweekly, as she examines the Pew Survey with top Catholic experts and shares ideas on how to evangelize starting with our own circle of family, friends, and parishes.