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Catechism of the Catholic Church
Who Is God? (Catholic Speaker Ken Yasinski)
Why Be Catholic and Not Just Christian?
There are many similarities and differences between the Catholic Church and the Protestant denominations. In this video, Fr. Mike Schmitz narrows the differences down to one thing that really sets Catholicism apart from other Christian Churches: authoritative teaching.
R.C.I.A. Topical Lessons on YouTube
Here is the first of 20 Videos from OLOH Church
Published on Oct 20, 2012
Rev. William P. Saunders, currently pastor at Our Lady of Hope Catholic Church in Potomac Falls, Virginia, teaches an annual course about the Catholic Faith.
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Catholic Spoken Word Poetry
Lately, I have been watching a lot of spoken word poetry videos on YouTube. This has led me to read more poetry. I have found that I like reading the poems of poets who perform spoken word better than the poets who wrote their poems and left them in a book.
I like poetry that comes alive.
While reflecting on this, I found myself wondering why there were no Catholic spoken word poets. But then I remembered that I had not really looked for any. So, I decided to look for some – and I found five wortAh sharing.
Alex R. Hey April 4, 2018
Open in Microsoft "Internet Explore" to see a set of six video poems: https://epicpew.com/poetry-best-catholic-spoken-word/