Read or listen to an NPR report on the UFO sighting at the O’Hare airport in Nov. of 2006.
Read a Feb. 18, 2011 Telegraph article that examines the myths behind out-of-body experiences, and scientists claims that the effect can be created using computers and cameras.
Read an April 5, 2007 CNN article about the study of the human brain and its relationship and interaction with faith and religion.
Read an Nov. 4, 2011 Huffington Post article drawing a comparison between the smartphone app Angry Birds and religious lessons.
The Catholic Encyclopedia, in defining “religion,” says that, “In every form of religion is implied the conviction that the mysterious, supernatural Being (or beings) has control over the lives and destinies of men.”
The National Study of Youth and Religion, in a nationally representative survey of more than 3,000 American teenagers, found teens to be open to the idea of the paranormal while remaining somewhat skeptical. Relatively few were certain they believed in things such as psychics, astrology or communicating with the dead. But 40 percent of the teens surveyed said […]
A poll of nearly 500 college students, reported in the January-February 2006 issue of Skeptical Inquirer magazine, found that college seniors and graduate students were more likely to believe in paranormal concepts than freshmen.
Read a June 16, 2006, Catholic News Service story about the 25th anniversary of the Medjugorje apparitions, including debate over whether they involve supernatural elements.
Visit the website of the documentary Living Miracles, chronicling stigmata, healings and other supernatural happenings in Catholicism today.