Tag: Dr. Brant Pitre

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Do Not Be Anxious

Source: Catholic Productions on YouTube Jesus famously said that no man can serve two masters. And by this he was referring to both God and mammon (i.e., money). One of the many dangers of attempting this is in that man will eventually have to choose between the two, and since […]

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The Transfiguration

Source: Catholic Productions on YouTube The transfiguration is one of the most memorable events in Jesus’ ministry, especially for Peter, James and John. In this video, Dr. Brant Pitre will explain how Jesus is being depicted as a New Moses in the mystery of the transfiguration. To learn more about […]

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The Corporal Works of Mercy

Source: Catholic Productions on YouTube In this video, Dr. Pitre discusses the Corporal Works of Mercy based on Isaiah 58, Matthew 5 and Matthew 25. Being a disciple of Jesus entails engaging in acts of charity, works of mercy and evangelization. To learn more about this passage, and for all […]

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Scriptures on Anger

Source: Catholic Production on YouTube What do the scriptures on anger have to say. And, specifically, what does Jesus teach us on anger in the sermon on the mount? Jesus told his followers at his famous sermon on the mount that he came to fulfill, not abolish the Law and […]

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Miracles in Paul’s Ministry

Source: Catholic Productions on YouTube For the 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time during Year A, the Church gives us a reading from 1 Corinthians 2. In this video, Dr. Pitre Discusses Paul’s statement that he came to preach Christ crucified, not with eloquent speech, but with miraculous displays of power. […]

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Division in the Early Church

Source: Catholic Productions on YouTube Division in the Early Church was something that St. Paul speaks of in his first letter to the Corinthians. Those in Corinth were claiming to belong to Cephas or Paul or Apollos or Christ. And this factionalism likely revolved around who a person was baptized […]