The Best of Lumen Verum Apologetics.
Robert Haddad explores the writings of St Justin Martyr and the early Christian apologists, to see how they defended the Church amidst persecution.
Eamonn Keanne speaks on God’s continuous calling for us in the Sacrament of Confession and how we receive His forgiveness.
Psychologist Dr Wanda Skowronska explores the connection between psychology and New Age influence, especially among its prominent contributors, and how questionable psychological practices have been accepted by well-meaning Catholics.
Eamonn Keane explores the encyclicals of St John Paul II to bring out his enduring legacy, with particular reference to the Second Vatican Council, the human being, and God Himself.
Dr Garrick Small discusses the topic of wealth and money in the Gospels – particularly in the Gospels and Matthew and Luke.
Stephen Hitchings describes the life of Cardinal John Henry Newman and his influence on the Church, England and the world.
Glen Bolas speaks on the Eucharist as sacrifice – the historical and transcendent nature of Christ’s sacrifice on the Cross.
Dr Garrick Small explains the competing attitudes of how to view the human person, how this relates to the Trinity, and what such views teach us about economics and business today.