New Series: Kerygma

For years, I’ve produced the “Catholicism in Focus” series as a way to catechize. I focus on the teachings of the Church and try to get beneath a surface level understanding of faith. My hope is that it… Read More

The Martyrs Had it EASY!

Let’s be clear from the start: I don’t ACTUALLY think that the martyrs had it easy. I had a poor woman yell at me on YouTube that I should be ashamed of myself for mocking them. As I’m… Read More

How to Quarantine

“All I want to do is lie around, watch t.v., and eat. That’s the life!” There have definitely been times in my life that I’ve thought this. Especially now that the weather is getting nice in Georgia, it… Read More

Lessons Learned From My Last Video

This week’s video is a lesson in public discourse and attention to detail. That’s not what the video is actually about, but the reaction to it warrants that lesson. You see, my videos often deal with complex topics… Read More

I’ve got some good news… and some bad news

It’s amazing what a month can do. Per usual, I took some time over Christmas and the New Year to step back from making videos, to relax and plan ahead. By this time of year, I’m usually a… Read More

Books That Were Left Out of the New Testament

This week on Catholicism in Focus, I take a look at how the New Testament was put together and what books were left out of the final edition. In it, I talk about the Apostolic Fathers, works written… Read More

A Personal Encounter

The following is my┬áhomily for the 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C. The readings can be found here. Growing up, I never doubted the existence of God; there was something inside of me that accepted that God… Read More

What Happed to the Liturgy at Vatican II?

“Vatican II is the reason for all our problems!” Welcome to 20% of the comments I receive on YouTube. I have to say… I find it a bit tiring. Besides just the nonsense of scapegoating in any situation,… Read More

Did Jesus Claim to be God?

One of the most common things I hear from non-Christians is that “Jesus never claimed to be God.” While people like Peter and Paul professed his divinity and later councils defined what that meant, Jesus never speaks of… Read More

An Open Letter to Christians

There’s something every Christian needs to hear

What is the Real Presence?

Christ is really present in the Eucharist. But what do we mean by “real”?