Prior to my conversion to the Catholic Church, I was an internationally known author and speaker on the subject of Masonic History; having published three books on the subject and engaged in other other scholarly works. In obedience to Magisterial teaching, my affiliations with that fraternity ended the day I was Confirmed into the Church. You can read my articles Why Catholics Cannot be Freemasons and On Roman Catholicism and Freemasonry in 1738. Also, watch my video Confessions of a Former Freemasonry, turned Catholic Convert.
Since becoming Catholic, I have been blessed by God with the opportunity to continue offering my gift and joy of teaching through writing, but now about the most important thing. My titles on the subject of Catholic theology include: Dead On Arrival: the Seven Fatal Errors of Sola Scriptura (2010), Cooperating with God: The Bridegroom’s Prayer (2011), Cooperating with God: Life with the Cross (2011), and The Divine Symphony: an Exordium to the Theology of the Catholic Mass (2018).
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In May of 2017, I was inspired to use my newly earned Master of Arts Degree in Theology from Ohio Dominican University and to take all of my years of experience in publishing, marketing, accounting, sales, ministry, and teaching, to bring into existence Saint Dominic’s Media, Inc., and become its first President and Publisher.
Saint Dominic’s Media Inc. is a publishing company charged with pursuing the peace of Christ through Truth – Deum verum. My Catholic Conversion is one of our several video projects you can find on our YouTube page and at our project My Catholic Tube (mCT).
On my own YouTube Channel, I’ve been engaged since 2010 in producing videos on the intersect between Church and culture, Catholic Theology and Liturgy, videos to incite a chuckle or two, and videos in effort to convince Black Americans that they do not have to succumb to the social and political pressure and always vote for the Democratic Party. I am not Republican, but I do consistently vote their candidates (except when I vote Libertarian) because they are the only party interested in defending vulnerable life in the womb.