Reinforcing the value of life.

Reaffirming the pursuit of happiness.

"Suffering and the God of Love"

Video Series

with Robert Spitzer, S.J., Ph.D.



$40.00

3 Tapes, 7.5 hours



In an all-new 15-part series, Fr. Robert Spitzer, S.J., ponders ultimate questions of human existence. Suffering without faith can only lead to depression and despair, but suffering with love for God leads directly into meaning and transforming faith.

TAPE 1 INCLUDES EPISODES ONE THROUGH FIVE

  • Overview: The Question of Suffering
  • Four Levels of Purpose
  • Four Levels of Suffering
  • Definition of Love: Part One and Part Two

TAPE 2 INCLUDES EPISODES SIX THROUGH TEN

  • Why Does God Allow Moral Suffering?
  • Why Does God Allow Non-Moral Suffering? Part One and Part Two
  • What to Do About Suffering
  • The Five Fundamentals: The Eucharist

TAPE 3 INCLUDES EPISODES ELEVEN THROUGH FIFTEEN

  • The Five Fundamentals: The Unconditional Love of God
  • The Five Fundamentals: Managing Expectations and Spontaneous Prayers
  • The Five Fundamentals: Following the Holy Spirit
  • The Five Fundamentals: Alleviating Suffering
  • Alleviating Cultural Suffering

About the Presenter

An accomplished author and an educator for over 20 years, Robert J. Spitzer, S.J., Ph.D. is the President of Gonzaga University, Founder of the Center for Life Principles, and Founder and Director of the Institute of Professional Ethics. Fr. Spitzer is a widely recognized philosopher and speaker in business, church, academic, and community organizations throughout the United States and around the world.

He has a long-standing commitment to the pro-life movement. At Georgetown University, he founded University Faculty for Life. He has been a board member of Human Life of Washington since 1990. He founded the Center for Life Principles in 1993, and established its curriculum in the book, Healing the Culture: A Commonsense Philosophy of Happiness, Freedom, and the Life Issues (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 2000).

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