Who am I to Judge? – Responding to Relativism
- “Don’t be so judgmental!”
- “Why are Christians so intolerant?”
- “Why can’t we just coexist?”
In an age in which preference has replaced morality, many people find it difficult to speak the truth, afraid of the reactions they will receive if they say something is right or wrong. In Who Am I To Judge?, Edward Sri helps us understand the classical view of morality and equips us to talk effectively with our secular friends, appealing to both the head and the heart. Learn how Catholic morality is all about love, why making a judgment is not judging a person’s soul, and why, in the words of Pope Francis, “relativism wounds people.” Purchase Book at Lighthouse Catholic Media
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Finally, a program to form your parishioners in a Catholic moral worldview!
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You’ve Watched the Symbolon Videos…
Now Go Deeper with the Book
Because Every Catholic Deserves to Know His Story
Based on the acclaimed film series Symbolon, this book by best-selling author Edward Sri gives adult Catholics something many of them didn’t receive growing up: the “why” behind what we believe as Catholics and the “how” we need to put our faith into practice each day. As Dr. Sri walks you through the Catholic Church, he does so addressing the common questions we face living in a secular culture. Questions such as…
- Why do I need the Church—can’t I be spiritual on my own?
- Isn’t one religion just as good as another?
- Aren’t Chistians being judgmental when they talk about morality? Shouldn’t each individual be free to make up his own moral truth?
- Why do Catholics and Protestants disagree?
- Must Catholics worship Mary and always obey the pope?
More than an intellectual enterprise, this work is also a deep spiritual reflection and a practical guide to living out our faith in Christ. It aims to form both the head and the heart, not only helping us to understand Jesus and his plan of salvation, but inspiring us to love God and our neighbor better. Follows chapter-by-chapter the Symbolon film series. Excellent for parents, families, RCIA, catechist formation, parish leaders, small group leaders and individuals seeking to learn more about the Catholic Faith.
Men, Women and the Mystery of Love
This updated and expanded edition of Edward Sri’s classic meditation on Pope John Paul II’s Love and Responsibility includes a new introduction, new chapters for singles and engaged couples, and more stories of people whose lives have been transformed by Pope John Paul II’s Theology of the Body.
Dr. Edward Sri is a theologian, author, and well-known Catholic speaker. He has written several bestselling books, and serves as professor of theology and vice president of mission at the Augustine Institute in Denver, Colorado. He is the content director for the acclaimed film series Symbolon: The Catholic Faith Explained and Beloved: Finding Happiness in Marriage.
Rediscovering the Heart of the Disciple: Pope Francis and the Joy of the Gospel
The call of Christ to each of us is as heart-stopping as the moment captured by Caravaggio in his painting, The Call of St. Matthew. Jesus points, he invites—and Matthew the tax-collector must make a decision. “The Lord does not disappoint those who take that risk” and choose him, Pope Francis tells us in his Apostolic
Exhortation, The Joy of the Gospel.
Dr. Edward Sri, theologian, author, and speaker, unpacks The Joy of the Gospel, making it accessible and actionable. In these brief reflections Sri explores those things that hold us back, how we can open ourselves to God’s love, and the difference this can make to our joyful proclamation of the Gospel.
Pope Francis and the Joy of the Gospel reminds us that when life weighs us down, “the Lord is already there, waiting for us with open arms.”
Great for use by individuals or groups, each chapter concludes with questions for reflection or discussion, moving readers further into a renewed personal relationship with Christ.
Listen to a radio interview with Teresa Tomeo on the new book.