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Baroque Architecture

Episode 2 - The Works of the Rev. D. W. Cahill

Watch the second video of our series, Catholic Catechisms Defending Creation, as we explore with the Rev. D. W. Cahill the deeper meaning of the concept of "transubstantiation" and expose the absurdity of accusing traditional Catholics of following in the errors of the Protestants.

Catholic Catechisms Defending Creation

Episode 1 - The Blessed Sacrament

Watch the intro video to our flagship series, Catholic Catechisms Defending Creation, as we tear down the "fundamentalist" myth and demonstrate the centrality of the mystery of Creation through the lens of the famous Fr. Faber's book on the Blessed Sacrament.

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Christian Quarter of Jerusalem

Butler's Lives of the Saints

Episode 1 - St. Vincent of Lerins

Our first installment of our series putting the Lives of the Saints by Fr. Alban Butler to video is the entry on St. Vincent of Lerins, who teaches the Church to cling to whatever has been believed by all Catholics, of all times, in all places.

Inside of a Church

The Doctrinal Series

Episode 1 - What Must I Believe? I

Our series on Catholic Doctrine begins with an exploration of the question of what we are required to believe as Catholics.  We cover several works, most prominently featuring The Dogmatic Catechism by Fr. Giuseppe Frassinetti, who helps us to realize our religious assent is demanded on far more doctrinal issues that mere revealed dogmas.

Episode 2 - What Must I Believe? II

Our series on Catholic Doctrine continues by examining what is and isn't worthy of belief by Catholics. In our second installment, we look at the teaching of St. Thomas, St. Pius X, and Fr. Clifford Fenton when compared with some revealing statements by top scientists in our day.

Vineyard in front of a Church

The Christian Sense of History

Chapter 1 - The Supernatural in History

Watch our video setting of the first chapter of Dom Guéranger's little-known essay, The Christian Sense of History. In it, he discusses the necessity of viewing the story of history with a view to the supernatural and the folly of ignoring it.

All the text read in this video comes directly from the English translation of Dom Guéranger's words.

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