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5 minutes | Jan 20, 2022
Angels Are Personal Beings
Angels are pure spirit, but that doesn't mean they are just floating apparitions. Angels are personal beings, and likewise, the evil angels did not lose their person-hood, when they became demons.
25 minutes | Dec 17, 2021
On Creation And The Angels
The beautiful thing that we're really going to notice is this; how ordered the creation of God really is. How it all fits together. That there's a hierarchal order both in the spiritual and the material universes
20 minutes | Nov 19, 2021
The Unity Of The Trinity
Hello and welcome to lesson three where we are unlocking the truths that we find in the Baltimore Catechism. In particularly we will be studying the subject, The unity, and Trinity of God. Many of us adults try to wrap our brain around this great mystery of our faith, this supernatural divine mystery.
15 minutes | Nov 11, 2021
God And His Perfection Part 2
Now the overarching theme in this lesson will be how can you and I know about God? There are two ways that we can come to know about God. Actually, there are many, but we're going to start with just these first two. The first one is through faith, and the second way is through reason....
13 minutes | Nov 6, 2021
God And His Perfection Pt 1
The Baltimore Catechism says that He's an infinitely perfect spirit and that there's no limit to his perfections or attributes or good qualities. When we say that God is pure spirit, what are we saying?
21 minutes | Oct 23, 2021
The Purpose Of Mans Existence
So the title of our lesson is the purpose of man's existence. And I really think that this is both a fitting and necessary lesson to start with. Now it's a good lesson to start out with for two reasons first because the end of the thing is the purpose for which it was made. And the second reason why this lesson is important is because of the state of the world right now, with all the division, the confusion, fear, anxiety.
19 minutes | Oct 6, 2021
Introduction To The Baltimore Catechism
This lesson is going to serve as an introduction to the Baltimore catechism number two. I want you to stay with me here, because I know that some of your eyes might've just glazed over, because if you're anything like me, when we hear the word catechism, we might think of school. But remember, the more that we know someone, the more that we can love them, and this is even more true for God. The more that we know God, the more that we love him. And by loving him, we can better serve Him who made us.
8 minutes | Sep 24, 2021
The Love Of God
The Love Of God The foundation for our catholic faith is God's unchanging love for us. "Let us therefore love God, because God first hath loved us." (1 John 4:19). Our faith needs to be founded firmly upon the fact - that all of God's dealings with us are based upon His love.
15 minutes | Sep 20, 2021
The Nature Of Belief
Faith in the most simplistic and basic terms means reaching out our hand and receiving what God is offering us. What is faith? Faith is our hand reaching up to take that help that forgiveness, that strength and those blessings from God's hands.
17 minutes | Sep 14, 2021
He Is The Saviour Of The Body
It has been observed that the home is the foundational stone upon which is built the Church, the community and the nation. It is also true the husband/father’s heart has a profound influence on the quality of the home. Thus ultimately, all institutions are influenced by how men walk with God. When a husband chooses to bring the Word and the mysteries of the rosary consistently into everyday life, God changes lives.
17 minutes | Sep 4, 2021
"Strong Men Retain Riches", Woman Shall Be "Keepers At Home"
Taking care of a responsibility in bread winning and homemaking without succumbing to materialism and greed.
36 minutes | Aug 27, 2021
On Our Redemption And What It Means
I want to focus on the word "redeemed." That is part of the heart and soul of Catholicism, redemption. The Churches message is a message of redemption. When we present the gospel, we should present it with redemption being the center of our presentation. It's one of the great words, it's one of the great titles of Christ, Christ our Redeemer. The question is whether or not we really understand the fullness of the word redemption.
21 minutes | Aug 20, 2021
The word believe does not mean to think, to suppose, to be of opinion: but as the Sacred Scriptures teach, it expresses the deepest conviction, by which the mind gives a firm and unhesitating assent to God revealing His mysterious truths. As far, therefore as regards the use of the word here, he who firmly without hesitation is convinced of anything is said to believe.- Catechism of the Council of Trent
18 minutes | May 29, 2021
Dwell With Them According To Knowledge
Speech is a gift given to humans but basically denied to all the rest of the natural world. It is the tangible part of us that is also common among the spirit beings. (Angels, devils, and all heavenly beings.) Present studies report we all say about 16,000 words in a day, some more and some less. Regardless, we do take talking for granted, it comes so natural. The question is not whether or not we talk, the question is if we communicate.
17 minutes | May 6, 2021
Forgive One Another In Marriage
A wedding day does not cure human nature. Often times the first offenses begin innocently. What is normal in one family is very different from what is normal in another family. After a while and after enough hurts, it is easy for couples to slip into a frustrated mode of reacting from a hurt with a hurt. When sharp words are said, sharp words are returned. Rebukes meet retorts. Anger may turn into wrath. Sometimes men learn their superior strength can be used to force their will on a weaker woman. The woman may learn how to push her man over the edge through a nagging tongue. Is there any hope for a marriage that has jagged tears through its fabric? Some failures go deep causing lifetime consequences. Forgiveness means one chooses to be okay with broken dreams, the consequences of another’s sin and all the reaping they are forced to endure. This is impossible for human nature on its own.
17 minutes | Apr 29, 2021
Wives Be In Subjection To Your Husband
God’s plan for the wife in the home is that the wife is to take a subordinate role in leadership issues and/or when decisions need to be made. This is a general principle and each couple needs to find their way in working with the personality and gifts of both husband and wife. When we find ourselves fitting into the plan our Creator has for us, we will have the greatest fulfillment possible for any created being.
19 minutes | Apr 22, 2021
Husbands Love Your Wives
The greatest Bible commands arise out of our most common human needs. As strange as it sounds to courting couples, husbands failing to treasure their wives is the most common problem of marriages. Sadly, as too many a married woman learns, the opposite of love is not always hate; sometimes it is simply neglect.
23 minutes | Apr 15, 2021
Male And Female Created He Them
Every married person needs to come to that place in his life; the place where he or she realizes that God has created their spouse especially for each other. This will give them the vision to fill his or her place in the marriage relationship. In the first marriage, the Sacred record is careful to note, “And God blessed them...” There was a Divine Being who superintended Adam and Eve’s marriage. There is a Divine Being who superintends our marriages today as well. We are not alone needing to grope for answers. We have a God who made us, led us together and blesses us for His glory even when we do not fully understand what we are going through.
9 minutes | Apr 8, 2021
An Introduction To Marriage
What is the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony? What does this Sacrament do? First we must define what is a sacrament. A Sacrament is an outward sign of inward grace, instituted by Christ for our sanctification. Or in other words, A Sacrament, in this case Marriage by a man and a woman who have been sacramentaly baptized, is an outward sign of inward grace, (grace being God's enabling power to live out the sacrament of Marriage), instituted by Christ for our sanctification ( the two being set apart to grow in grace and in charity toward each other).
14 minutes | Mar 29, 2021
Did Saint Paul Believe In The Eucharist?
St. Paul, an apostle, wrote vividly about the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist. Paul talks about the Eucharist in 1 Corinthians 10:16-21 and 1 Corinthians 11:27-30. These passages show that Paul was Catholic in his belief.
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