In this week's show I give my thoughts on the Pennsylvania Grand Jury report that broke this week. I also go over a couple do's and don'ts in regards to this situation. In any regard it is time to wipe out this cancer.
In this week's episode I answer three listener questions. What is the eternal sin? Why are you catholic if you claim to have read the Bible? Is the recent change regarding the death penalty an exercise of papal infallibility?
In this episode I discuss a conversation I had with a gentleman in LinkedIn. Obviously, he was not but I engaged him anyway. His answers displayed blatant adoptionism and Docetism, and I give a brief description of these two heresies so we can be more aware.
In this episode I recommend six books that I believe every catholic should read. These books were instrumental in mu conversion to the catholic church and are sure to answer questions that Catholics and non-Catholics have about the faith.
There was no episode last week because I was on a family vacation. In this week's episode I discuss whether the Eucharist is the true body and blood of Christ, or a symbol as our Protestant brethren believe. In this episode I take a look at scripture and the church fathers to make the determination.
This week's show focuses on the Christ's fulfillments of Old Testament covenants. Covenants discussed are the Adamic, Noahic, mosaic, and Davidic covenant. The next show will post on June 30 as my family and I will be on vacation.
We have all heard of the Ten commandments. We have read them, did worksheets in Sunday school, but what do they mean? In this episode I break down the meaning of the ten commandments and their role in helping us form moral decisions.
This week's episode is a couple days late because I had to switch topics last minute. My facebook feed was full of arguments against the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist. In this week's episode I decided to defend the Eucharist using scripture.
In today's episode I discuss what divine revelation is and I do this with the aid of the Vatican II document Dei Verbum. I look at sacred scripture and sacred tradition and look at God's plan for salvation history.
In this episode I look at the Eucharist which is the source and summit of our faith. From the beginnings of the church the church taught the authority of validly ordained bishops and the centrality of the Eucharist. I look at the these principles from scripture and church history.
What is the church? Is it something invisible like our Protestant friends believe? In this episode I answer these questions and explore the four marks of the church. The church is one, holy, catholic, and apostolic.