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Black Theology, the Catholic Church in America, and Communion Ecclesiology

o ecclesiology can be referred to as authentically Christian in America that does not acknowledge the significance of white racism and the resulting white privilege in American society and the American Church. To remain silent...
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The Love and Restoration of Christ: A Commentary on John 21:15-25

he pericope at the very end of the Gospel of John consisting of 21:15-25 may conclude the fourth Gospel, yet it is hardly to be thought of as the end of the story.  Even before...
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Porphyry’s Attack on Christianity and How the Church Fathers Responded

Introduction enerally, the scope by which the Catholic Church is examined in the second and early third century is narrowed down to the internal threat it faced from false teaching and from the external threat...
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How the Latin Mass Shapes and Strengthens Our Moral Life

The Mass is not only a worship of God, but also a school of morality. In this article, the author explains how the Mass cultivates our moral life by forming our conscience, strengthening our will,...
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The Mystery and Meaning of the Two Become One Flesh

Using sacred Scripture, writings from the fathers, councils, popes, doctors, Catholic theologians and those who are opposed to the Catholic teaching on the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony, I intend to communicate the history of the...
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The Pope’s Three Duties: What He Does and Why He Matters

What is clearly inferred out of Jesus’ commissions is that this is an ongoing work that will naturally extend beyond the lifespan of the Apostles.
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Catholic Theology Courses

Return to the Sacred (A Discussion Course on the Dispelling of Darkness in the World) engages twenty-seven prominent Catholic Priests, Deacons, Religious, Theologians, and Evangelists to answer the questions: (1) How did we get here to a point in time where the pursuit of secular human rights has become more important than the pursuit of the sacred? (2) What have we lost along the way, and (3) What can we do to turn people back and orient themselves to the sacred? (CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION)

The Catholic Catechism (Teaching) on Freemasonry consists of 16 Sessions that cover the origins of Freemasonry, the philosophy and principles of Freemasonry in each of the three craft lodge degrees, Freemasonry as a religion, each of the papal and congregation of the doctrine of faith documents against Freemasonry within their historical context, perspective, continuity, and impact, and in the last session, I will place Freemasonry within the context of it belonging to the ongoing reordering of the world or the great reset. (CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION)

The Catechism of the Catholic Church w/David L. Gray
The Catechism of the Catholic Church w/David L. Gray


Talks on the Catechism of the Catholic Church /w David L. Gray’ consists of thirty-one lessons that succinctly bridge the teachings of the Catholic Church, as found in the 2016 Catechism of the Catholic Church ©, with the liturgy of the Catholic Mass. (CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION)

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