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Catholic group launches a virtual campaign to answer key questions about life

Does God exist? Why do we suffer? Who is God? These are the most basic questions every human being has ever asked. They are also the titles of three videos in doodle format marking the campaign "Dare to searchâ?.  The Carmen de Noriega Foundation, based in Spain, is asking these existential questions and giving answers rooted in Christian faith using a youthful and common language all can appreciate.  "God is like a father or a mother who loves you deeply and that this is the most impressive of all, no matter how you messed up, he would never stop love youâ? The videos start with a question and then give an answer based on Christian faith. They also deal with the false idea that 'Science goes against Faith' and prove that they are not opposed to each other. They give two examples: Mendel, the father of the famous genetic laws was also a priest; and Lemaitre, author of the Big Bang theory was a monk. The campaign shows that the existence of God is compatible with the presence of suffering in the world. The three videos can be found on YouTube in both Spanish and English. The Carmen Noriega Foundation continues its Project of trying to share Christian faith in unique and effective ways for modern audiences.  IPC Dare to search VM -PR Up: IPC