Today’, we’re going to look at sin through the eyes of St. Paul. This was a talk I gave on the 4th Friday of Lent. A lot of great feedback. The power of the priestly blessing and another experiment with water.
Why do people have to suffer? Why is there evil? How can God allow people to suffer? In this episode, I share a talk that I gave in my parish on Suffering in the writings of St. Paul.
What’s it like to be blind? Most of us don’t know what a cross that really is. But, how many people can see, and don’t see. In today’s show, we’ll talk about someone who was given new sight!
It has been said that the Church came up with it’s theology of the Eucharist in the Middle Ages or at the Council of Trent. In today’s show, we’ll take a look at what St. Paul wrote about the Eucharist – we’ll cover four specific points that Paul taught and see show they relate to the Church today.
This weekend we celebrated the Conversion of the Great Apostle St. Paul. Paul had a great impact on the life of the Church. He is an example to us all. On this feast, we learn two important lessons – one for us another for others!