Rome -- Ten questions about the Catholic faith

On October 9, the ICEF family association of Rome inaugurated a cycle of 12 conferences on the Catholic faith. The aim was to open the doors to many people who, on the occasion of the Year of Faith, might want to reconsider their faith and return to practicing it. The sessions were directed by professors at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross. Each session was introduced by a question: Is the faith reasonable? What is the origin of the world? Is it possible to know God through reason? Why do Christians profess faith in God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit? What value does Holy Scripture have for Christians? What sense does it make to speak of morality today? What is the Church?, etc. The cycle of conferences will conclude in July 2013.

Romana, n. 55, July-December 2012, p. 370.

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