The Good News is still good news.
We live in a time of constant crisis — of anxiety and insecurity. We are unsure of who and what to trust, no matter how anchored and seemingly untouchable the source.
The Catholic Church is certainly no stranger to this controversy, and for many people it is the very source of one’s crisis. For all these reasons, we ask ourselves the haunting question, “Why do we believe?”
Father Benedict J. Groeschel knows that asking “Why believe?” can be an important and positive step toward deepening one’s relationship with Christ and His Church. The popular author, psychologist, and teacher knows firsthand the doubts and questions experienced on every journey of faith — as well as the answers people seek. Focusing on how the Good News is still good news, Father Groeschel offers clear and concise answers about science, about Scripture, and about the Church itself.
Renew your faith in God, in Christ, and in the Church to better weather the storm of secularism, skepticism, unbelief, and the temptations of the world.