What are miracles? Are miracles possible and, if so, how do we know? Do miracles happen and, if so, what is their purpose? What attitudes should we take towards reports of miracles? How might miracles impact on our prospects for future happiness? What are the perspectives of science, theology, and philosophy on miracles today?
The exploration of miracles raises some of the most important spiritual, intellectual and personal questions that we face. An understanding of miracles is important for faith formation in churches and in the home, for personal spiritual and intellectual growth, for devotions, as well as many courses in religious studies and the humanities in general today.
This inspiring film explores these questions from a Catholic perspective, informed by historical and modern discussions in science, philosophy, and theology, as well as cases of particular miracles, ancient and contemporary. It is filled with many beautiful images and stunning photography.
"Another top-flight film from Ignatius Press on an important subject. This film is a successful foray into the potential minefield of miracles. A fine resource for Catholic schools and RCIA programs."— Fr. Peter Stravinskas, Editor, The Catholic Response