On January 17, 2019, young adults joined together for the annual Pro-Life Holy Hour at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis.
Perhaps one of the greatest questions we face in our lifetime is why God allows suffering. Oftentimes it seems we are never given a clear answer. In five-week course, Dr. Ed Hogan will walk us through an understanding of suffering in theory and practice using the writings of St. Augustine, Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, and C.S. Lewis.
What was this forty-year year period of interior darkness all about for Mother Teresa? Did she stop believing in God? Was she experiencing spiritual desolation? Was this the dark night of the soul? Why would God let her go through this? How did all of this become public knowledge?
What is Catholic spirituality? How do we name our own spirituality? How did Mother Teresa pray? In what ways does her community pray? How can this influence my prayer as a young adult?
Who was the real Mother Teresa? Why was she famous? Who are the Missionaries of Charity? What was Mother Teresa’s mystical vision on that train in India? What do people who met her say about her?