I join John Coleman of Apocatastasis Institute (http://www.apocatastasisinstitute.wordpress.com) to talk about the theological meaning of the liturgy and liturgical seasons. We also talk about my book on the liturgy called, ‘The Divine Symphony’.
(FROM WILLIAM HEMSWORTH – the Bible Catholic) Author, Radio Host, and Theologian David L. Gray joins me today to discuss Critical Race Theory. We discuss how it originated, how it perpetuates a culture of victimhood and other issues that spring from it. It is an interesting conversation.
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This is a recording of a conference I gave for the Raleigh Catholic Young Adults group on December 13, 2020.
I think life is easier once we realize that we are always drowning. I know that sounds like a paradox, but life is easier once we realize we are drowning and that all we need to do is cry out, “Lord Save Me,” just as Simon Kephas did. This a talk I gave at the ‘After Divorce Conference’, hosted by Rose Sweet and Smart Catholics on October 10-11, 2020. “Divorce is a source of pain and confusion for many Catholics. It shouldn’t be!”
I went onto Joseph Sciambra’s podcast to participate in his series on Finding our Fathers. This was a very personal talk about some topics that I had only written about in the past, but Joseph is doing a great job exploring this vital family dynamic.
This week, I had the opportunity to hop on to the U.S. Grace Force podcast with Father Heilman and Doug Barry to talk about the Father Altman phenomenon and the role that the priesthood and the laity must play in defending our Church and restoring true Christian manhood.
This is a live stream recording I did on the Patrick Coffin Show about the history, structure, and beliefs of Freemasonry and why it is irreconcilable with the Catholic Church.
On this podcast, I talked with T. S. Flanders of ‘The Meaning of Catholic’ about the history of Africans in the Americas, beginning with the first Africans in New Spain, France, and the English colonies, to the 2nd Civil War in America (1861-65), the Jim Crow era (1865-1965) to the present. This was a broad conversation that explored some topics more in-depth than others and offers a compelling narrative about how the history of Africans and their descendants in American cannot be told outside the history of Black Catholicism in America.
I had the pleasure to be invited to Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Erath, Louisana to speak at their 4th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Dinner and Lecture on January 20, 2019. While there, I sat down with Pastor Father Andre Meterjean to talk about my conversion story, my work at Saint Dominic’s Media, Black Catholicism, Freemasonry, and a few other items.
Here is the audio recording of my May 8, 2019 guest appearance on the Patrick Coffin Show.
Here is my Podcast appearance on Deeper Truth with Donald Hartley/The Catholic Defender talking my Conversion to the Catholic Church and things like that.
This is the audio version of my guest appearance on Catholic TV’s show ‘This is the Day’ from June 28, 2011.
This is a BlogTalk Radio interview I did with host Stephen Hand on January 5th, 2011. We talked about my background in Protestantism and Freemasonry, my conversion experience from Agnosticism to Catholicism, and a potpourri of other things.