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Today, on “Behold the Man” we look at a very tough question; how can I proclaim the Catholic Church when there are so many problems with it? The answer is simple… the Church itself is a gift from God. We take a quick journey through salvation history to see how Jesus perfects the Church and gives us the Bishops, Priests, Deacons, and sacraments as life and light for a dark world.
Fullness of Truth & Scott Hahn July 17 & 18 “The Mystery Unveiled: A Catholic Approach to the Book of Revelation”. http://www.FullnessOfTruth.org
Catholics take to the Net By KATE SHELLNUTT Copyright 2010 Houston Chronicle Aug. 5, 2010, 5:33PM After returning to the Catholic Church in 2002, Joe McClane wanted to take his faith online, so he set up The Catholic Hack, a site for him to blog and podcast about church theology. Each week, he posted on a basic […]
Today, on “Behold the Man” we look at Genesis 28 & the mysterious encounter Jacob had with a ladder reaching up to heaven. It’s fulfillment is found in Christ, the Temple and the Priesthood. Jacob receives the blessing of Abraham from God himself and yet still try’s to keep his options open.
Today on “Behold The Man”, we ask the question; did Jesus come to do something completely new? Or, did was His plan constant from the beginning? I argue that his plan for Salvation has been the same from the beginning and he has perfected the old in the new… thereby making all things new. We will look at the structure, worship, and fulfillment of the old into the new.
I hope to have the conference talks available for sale, on CD & MP3, in a few days.
Today on “Behold the Man”, we look at Genesis 26, 27, and part of 28 in our study of “A Father Who keeps His promises” by Dr. Scott Hahn. Rebecca, knowing the Isaac was about to bestow the blessing of the first born to Easu, intercedes, and sends Jacob in to Jacob Easu & Isaac. The plan is hatched,,, carried out,,, and the blessing goes forth! The parallels to the passover, and Easter/Eucharist are amazing.