On Monday, Sherry Antonetti and I talked with Tom Hoopes, former editor of the National Catholic Register and author of What Pope Francis Really Said:
On Tuesday, Michael Lichens and I yakked about the theology of indulgences and “temporal punishment for sin”:
On Wednesday, I looked on with brotherly sympathy as Rod Bennett carried on his lonely struggle to show that there is no evidence that St. Nicholas was even at the Council of Nicaea, much less that he punched Arius:
On Thursday, Doug O’Brien and I talked about the theology of the Immaculate Conception and how it relates to Scripture and real life:
On Friday, Deacon Steve Greydanus and I talked about the peculiarly popular myth of redemptive violence among Americans and tackled the question “Is Jesus a human person?” The answer may surprise you. Also, Steve got to tell his story about talking to Martin Scorcese, the director of Silence.