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God – The Father

The Fatherhood of God has come under fire with the rise of feminism. If we know that God is pure spirit who transcends male and female, masculine and feminine, why preserve what some believe to be the antiquated, patriarchal practice of referring to the divinity...

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Trinity Sunday – Is it Relevant?

Trinity Sunday celebrates the Church's faith in the triune God, one God in three persons. This doctrine has baffled people for 2,000 years. Given that it is so hard to accept, why bother with it? What difference does the trinitarian dogma really make to how...

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Mystery of the Trinity

"The force be with you." No, God is far from an impersonal force. The doctrine of the Trinity shows us just how personal, even interpersonal, God really is....

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Why the Trinity Matters – Podcast

In this 14 minute podcast, Anna Mitchell, host of the Sonrise Morning show, interviews Dr. Italy on Why the fact that God is Trinity, one God in three persons, matters for our faith and our everyday lives.The Trinity is the central dogma of the Catholic...

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Fundamental Theology, What it is & Why It’s Decisive – Video

In this brief video, Marcellino D'Ambrosio, Ph.D. ("Dr. Italy") explains what Fundamental Theology is and why it is not just important, but pivotal and even decisive for determining what we believe about God, ourselves, and how we are to live.Christians and non-believers alike are often...

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Gnosticism, New Age & DaVinci Code

The publication of The Da Vinci Code in 2003 and the New Age movement both rekindled interest in an ancient religious movement known as Gnosticism.  A second century bishop named Irenaeus wrote a massive rebuttal of the claims of the gnostics which we do well...