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The Catholic understanding of God is complex because it integrates what the mind can understand and what God reveals, but which the finite human intellect cannot fully grasp. This makes God a "mystery" in the sense that we can understand some of him but not all of him.
In this session, with the help of the Church Fathers and a rich lineage of great theologians, we will explore God's nature and how he can be one and yet three.Read More
There is more to knowing that God created everything out of nothing. We must ponder on why God would want to create something he doesn't need, and what does that mean for us.
In this session, we will explore God's creation, and man's place in it. By studying the original design of mankind we might get answers to the life's perplexing questions: Where did we come from? Why am I here? Where am I going?Read More
Jesus claims to be God. Either he is telling the truth, deluded, or deceiving us. In this session, we will explore the things he said and did to help us discern if he indeed is God. If he is telling the truth, the implication is that we must know what he taught for we are left with no choice but to follow him.
We will also explore the idea of Jesus as fully human, and what does that mean for us.Read More