It’s the Catholic Controversies Video Library!

The clever Stephen Gabriel, fresh from publishing Catholic Controversies (with a couple of essays by Yr. Obdt. Svt. as well as a lot of much better essays by a bunch of much better writers) has now set up the very cool Catholic Controversies Video Library.  Sez he:

Moorings Press just launched the Catholic Controversies Video Library which is a wonderful FREE resource for Catholic catechetics and apologetics.  This new website provides the best available video presentations addressing many of the more controversial Church teachings and historical events. The videos strive to provide explanations of Church doctrine that are faithful to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church. The material covering historical events is meant to provide fact-based insights into what actually occurred and a proper historical perspective which, in most cases, sheds a new and more accurate light on the Church’s role.

Here is a partial list of some of the featured experts:

Stephen Barr, Father Robert Barron, J. Budziszewski , Jeff Cavins, David Dalin, Robert George, Scott Hahn, Peter Kreeft, Thomas Madden, Father Tad Pacholczyk, Mark Shea, Janet Smith, Father Robert J. Spitzer, and Thomas Woods

I recommend that you bookmark the website or save it to your favorites for easy reference.  You’ll want to go back to it time and time again.

Also, please consider forwarding this email to your family, friends and other contacts so they can have access to this information as well.  You may also consider posting a link to the Catholic Controversies Video Library to your Facebook page.

To access the Catholic Controversies Video Libraryclick here.

Check thou it out!

  • Jared

    Good book. Bought it from you a couple years ago, when gave your “101 Reasons to Not Be Catholic” talk in Homewood, AL.

  • http://www.facebook.com/lori.pieper.37 Lori Pieper

    Wow. I watched the video by Fr. Barron on how some people seriously misunderstand the Gospels (genre, baby, genre!) and practically applauded and cheered out loud. What a treasure he is!

    Then I read all the witless comments under the video. Boy, we have a long way
    to go. . .


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