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David L. Gray is a Catholic Theologian, Author, and Humorist offering commentary on the liturgy of the Catholic Mass, Theology, Current Events, Culture, and Society from a faithfully and courageously Catholic perspective. This feed includes older versions of his podcasting journey that started back in 2011; first with 'A Conversation on the Spiritual Life with David L. Gray (Yoseph Daviyd)' and 'The David L. Gray Show'. Those installations were primarily interviews. Today, 'Talking Catholic with David L. Gray is primarily a monologue consisting of original podcast content on the 'liturgical sense' of the Scriptures, crossover content from YouTube videos, and shared interviews of David L. Gray from other shows.

David L. Gray is a Catholic Theologian, Author, and Humorist offering commentary on the liturgy of the Catholic Mass, Theology, Current Events, Culture, and Society from a faithfully and courageously Catholic perspective. This feed includes older versions of his podcasting journey that started back in 2011; first with 'A Conversation on the Spiritual Life with David L. Gray (Yoseph Daviyd)' and 'The David L. Gray Show'. Those installations were primarily interviews. Today, 'Talking Catholic with David L. Gray is primarily a monologue consisting of original podcast content on the 'liturgical sense' of the Scriptures, crossover content from YouTube videos, and shared interviews of David L. Gray from other shows.
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David L. Gray is a Catholic Theologian, Author, and Humorist offering commentary on the liturgy of the Catholic Mass, Theology, Current Events, Culture, and Society from a faithfully and courageously Catholic perspective. This feed includes older versions of his podcasting journey that started back in 2011; first with 'A Conversation on the Spiritual Life with David L. Gray (Yoseph Daviyd)' and 'The David L. Gray Show'. Those installations were primarily interviews. Today, 'Talking Catholic with David L. Gray is primarily a monologue consisting of original podcast content on the 'liturgical sense' of the Scriptures, crossover content from YouTube videos, and shared interviews of David L. Gray from other shows.

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Episodes

The Liturgy Humbles Us to Know that God is Completely Other (23rd Sunday OT) Year C

9/14/2019
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Together, these readings at the Holy Mass this Sunday point to a central intent of liturgy. Through repetition of speaking and singing not our own words, but those of the Church, and through kneeling and standing and sitting not according to our own time, but in union with the Church, the liturgy is teaching us that God is completely other than us and that we are completely equal with one another.

Duration:00:08:52

The Liturgy is Forming a People to be Present Before God (24th Sunday OT) Year C

9/13/2019
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Together, these readings at the Holy Mass this Sunday remind us of the fact that like a young boy in love God trips over Himself; going through extreme measures to court us, to woo us, and to bring us home. The liturgy not only celebrates this undying love of God for His People, but it also forms us to be a type of People who are always making themselves present to their Creator so that He might be more fully present to them all the days of their lives.

Duration:00:09:38

The Catholic Church, Racist Slavery, and the Birth of the Jim Crow Black Catholic Church

9/3/2019
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Born into a world where slavery had been normalized it took centuries for the doctrine of the Catholic Church to overcome secular ideas as this. In the meantime, it's bishops, priests, and laity owned, sold, and mistreated slaves. This racist practice also lead to the creation of the Jim Crow Black Catholic Church.

Duration:01:06:12

We Come to the Liturgy as the Poor, Cripple, Blind, & Lame (22nd Sunday OT) Year C

8/31/2019
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Together, these readings at the Holy Mass this Sunday point to a principal lesson of the liturgy. The liturgy intends to form and shape us into a humble people so that we might worthily receive the one thing that we can never earn in this life, but is also the one thing that we were created to receive.

Duration:00:08:22

The Liturgy Satisfies our Hope in the Coming of the Kingdom of God (21st Sunday OT) Year C

8/23/2019
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Together, these readings at the Holy Mass this Sunday sings of how the liturgy strengthens our faith in the hope of the coming of the New Jerusalem.

Duration:00:08:07

The Liturgy Provides the Remedy for our Chronic Condition of Sin (20th Sunday OT) Year C

8/16/2019
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Together, these readings at the Holy Mass this Sunday address the most important mission of the memorial sacrifice; that is, to be a remedy for our chronic condition of sin, so that we might have peace in Christ Jesus our Lord.

Duration:00:09:38

How the Liturgy Points Us to the Assumption of Mary

8/13/2019
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Together, these readings at the Holy Mass on the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Mother Mary remind us how Mary’s life is the example, par excellence, of who the liturgy prepares us to be in the world.

Duration:00:12:08

The Liturgical Teaching on the Participative Nature in our Life with Christ (19th Sunday OT) Year C

8/9/2019
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Together, these readings at the Holy Mass this Sunday sing of the most important thing to know about Catholic theology and also a central teaching of the liturgy of the memorial sacrifice; that is, our life in Christ is participatory, or as the author of 2 Peter wrote, those who escape the corruption of the world through Christ “participate in the divine nature,” or as Saint Augustine wrote in Sermo 169, “The God who created you without your cooperation, will not save you without your...

Duration:00:09:23

How I Became a Black Catholic

8/6/2019
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In this installment of 'Talking Catholic', David talks about his journey in the 'Black Catholic' experience and begins his commentary series on how the Black Catholic Church in America has been undermined, betrayed, and left astray by the institutional Catholic Church for the past 500 years.

Duration:00:37:24

The Liturgical Teaching on Quality of Life Over Quantity of Life (18th Sunday OT) Year C

8/2/2019
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Together, these readings at the Holy Mass this Sunday point a central hope of the liturgy. That is, by calling and teaching us how to participate in the Divine nature, the liturgy forming us how to structure our engagement in the world. In this way, the liturgy is answering for us that ever vexing human deliberation and equation over how important should this or that earthly concern be to me, by pointing us to all that truly matters; that is, our life in Christ.

Duration:00:08:52

The Liturgy Gives Us God’s Justice (17th Sunday OT) Year C

7/26/2019
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Together, these readings at the Holy Mass this Sunday point the whole matter of the liturgy itself. That is, His justice, which has been most wonderfully given to us in, with, and through the Holy Eucharist.

Duration:00:07:07

Why the Non-Ordained Cannot Give the Homily

7/22/2019
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There is either a mistaken idea that the homily during the liturgy is not part of the proper role of the ordained Priest or Deacon, or there is a plot at work to continue the deconstruction of the liturgy. It could very well be both. I explain all of that in this episode of 'Talking Catholic'.

Duration:00:12:11

Through Us, the Liturgy Prepares the World to Receive Christ Jesus (16th Sunday OT) Year C

7/18/2019
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Together, these readings point to how the liturgy guides us along that path of preparing ourselves for Christ’s manifestation in, with, and through us.

Duration:00:06:00

The Liturgy Equips Us to be Merciful (15th Sunday OT) Year C

7/12/2019
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Together, these readings point to something divinely awesome about the sacrifice of the Mass, that through the worthy reception of the Holy Eucharist and through our final dismissal blessing, we are, thereby, equipped and charged to give our neighbors in this world the mercy of Christ Jesus.

Duration:00:07:44

Audio Book Sample of ‘The Divine Symphony’

7/8/2019
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The Audio Book version of "The Divine Symphony: An Exordium to the Theology of the Catholic Mass"

Duration:00:04:14

James Martin, SJ, Denies He’s Gay

7/5/2019
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Recently on Twitter, Jame Martin, SJ, denied that he's gay. That really caught me off guard because everyone knows he is. Please pray for this heretic. Pray that God frees this very confused man of his demons.

Duration:00:08:21

The Liturgy Makes Us New In Christ (14th Sunday OT) Year C

7/4/2019
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Together, these readings point to something you need to always remember about the liturgy of the memorial sacrifice; that through your participation in the Mass, God is doing something uniquely new with you. That through the sacraments, you truly are becoming a new creation.

Duration:00:07:22

BOOK REVIEW: Infiltration, by Taylor Marshall

6/27/2019
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In this Podcast, I offer a Critical Review of Dr. Taylor Marshall's best-selling book 'Infiltration: The Plot to Destroy the Church from Within'. I talk about what I liked in the book and then I offer a critique of his central premise - that Freemasonry or (Freemasonic - as he so calls it) is the primary actor in the infiltration. I also get into whether Annibal Bugnini was actually a Freemason as Dr. Marshall asserts.

Duration:00:39:46

The Liturgy Orients Us to Christ (13th Sunday OT) Year C

6/26/2019
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Together, these readings point to a central teaching of the liturgy; that God is calling us to orient our lives to Him alone.

Duration:00:06:53

We Need the Liturgy (Solemnity of Corpus Christi) Year C

6/18/2019
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Together, these readings point to the divine gift; the great offering of God to man, which is a central mystery of the memorial sacrifice; indeed of Christianity altogether.

Duration:00:06:12