The Catholic Church gives us specific guidelines to follow when interpretation is needed. As outlined by the Catechism, part of those guidelines are called the “4 Senses of Scripture.”
And knowing what they are can totally change how you read the Bible personally, as well as experience it in the mass.
Think you’ve heard it all about St. Joseph? Hold that thought. Dr. Brant Pitre is about to blow your mind!
Featuring Curtis Mitch Have you ever read something in the Bible and thought, “Yikes! That doesn’t sound like a loving God!” There are a lot of difficult events (not to mention direct instructions from God) that cause 21st century Christians a lot of angst. Of particular note is the extreme violence ordered by God against […]
Featuring Dr. John Bergsma Discovered in 1946 by a guy throwing rocks into a cave, the Dead Sea Scrolls have been called “the greatest archeological find of the 20th century.” And they’re totally Catholic! Join Matthew Leonard and scrolls expert Dr. John Bergsma as they unlock some very illuminating secrets from these famous scrolls. [powerpress] […]
<Scroll to bottom for podcast player.> The infection has gone deep. Case in point…Several years ago I was at a very orthodox Catholic conference on the West Coast. Great talks. Great people. Great event. Then the wheels came off. During the homily at Mass, the priest gave a completely anti-Catholic homily. He didn’t do it […]
<Scroll to bottom for podcast.> There is one doctrine of the Church that changes everything…and I mean everything! And once you get it, your understanding of salvation is radically transformed. I’m talking about deification. Yup! You and I are were created to be divine! St. Peter declares very clearly that we are destined to become […]