The Cathars And Their Issue With The Eucharist

The Cathars are another famous sect in history that denied the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist.  The Cathars were dualists as they believed in one god who was evil, and another that was good.  The movement was essentially a revived type of Gnosticism as physical matter was also deemed evil. Cathars And Gnostic Roots... Continue Reading →

I Quit My Job…But Why?

Something crazy happened a couple weeks ago. In the middle of a worldwide pandemic, my wife and I made the decision to quit my job. Crazy right! For what reason though? I Quit But I Am Moving On Over the past few years we have been blessed to have my wife stay home with the... Continue Reading →

Principle Of Double Effect And Aquinas

Over the course of our lives we will be faced with many difficult decisions.  These decisions may be life altering and may change us forever.  In the encyclical Veritatis Splendor, Saint Pope John Paul II writes, “Acting is morally good when the choices of freedom are in conformity with man’s true good and thus express the voluntary ordering... Continue Reading →

A Brief Introduction To The African American Influence On Catholicism with Menny Thoughts

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-hb2g7-e13cdf This week popular blogger and podcaster Efran Menny of Menny Thoughts and the Priestly Passion joins me. We discuss, and barely touch the surface, of African American influence on Catholicism. Included is a great introduction to the great Saint Peter Claver, Bishop James Healy, Daniel Rudd, and Henriette Delille. So much great information. For... Continue Reading →

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