Theology Hunger Is Real


Published on Feb 8, 2020

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One of the great providential blessings of living as a Catholic under the confused and confusing papacy of Pope Francis is that there's a new hunger out there to learn the truth about the Catholic faith.

Not the liberal agenda version, not the “Jesuit tradition” version, not the LA Religious Ed Congress version, not the Feeneyite or the extremist SSPX version, and not the clap-happy, self-help therapeutic moral deism version.

I mean Catholicism, I mean the deposit of faith, what Jude 1:3 calls “the faith once delivered to the saints.”

Could you summarize the teaching of Vatican I, or the Council of Trent in a few sentences?

Do you know what was defined at the Council of Ephesus, or the First Council of Nicea?

It's like the entire Catholic Church, at almost all levels, has a case of collective amnesia when it comes to grasping what went on between the resurrection and 1962.

Then you need to dig into the deposit of faith.

If I was going to create an online course on learning the faith, leave your comment below about what you would like to learn. What are your missing links? Questions that are unanswered in your mind? Controversies are not settled in your spirit?

Brothers and sisters if you want to follow Jesus Christ as a Catholic there's a certain indispensable minimum knowledge you have to acquire.

Our job is to tune in and hear His Voice.

And let me know in the comments below what kinds of things you would like to learn about the claims of the Catholic Church, the history, and the reasons WHY the Church teaches what she does. Where do we find the sacraments in the Bible? Why do we pray to Saints? And why does incense smell so awesome?


Theology and Sanity by Frank Sheed

Roman Catechism (1566)

Catechism of the Catholic Church (1992)

Salvation: What Every Catholic Should Know by Dr. Michael Barber

Interview with Barber on “The Patrick Coffin Show”

Propaganda documentary on Pope Francis

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