Store
Select By
View By

The True Meaning of Christmas

Dr. Michael Patrick Barber

Join Dr. Michael Patrick Barber as he discusses the true meaning of Christmas, and what that means for us as Catholics during this holy season. Through biblical evidence and deep reflection, he reveals the connections between the mystery of Christ’s birth and the modern-day traditions of the mass. Listen to this presentation to discover more insight into the real reason for the Christmas season.   

You must login to rate this item.

Preview


  • Store Pricing
    Min Qty Price for each
    CDMP3
    1 $4.50 $3.49
    5 $4.50 $3.49
    10 $4.50 $3.49
    20 $4.50 $3.49
    50 $4.50 $3.49
    100 $4.50 $3.49
    250 $4.50 $3.49
    500 $4.50 $3.49
    1000 $4.50 $3.49

    Add to Cart

    •  
    •  

  • Parish Pricing

    We are pleased to offer parish pricing on this item. If you are already set up to order on behalf of a parish, please log in and select “PARISH” at the top right hand corner of the website.

    To get set up to place parish orders with Parish Access, contact your Parish Consultant or call Customer Service at 866-767-3155.

Other Recommended Titles

Waiting for the Lord: Patience and Penance in Advent

Waiting for the Lord: Patience and Penance in Advent

Advent is a time for patience and awaiting the coming of the Lord. While waiting may be difficult to do, Dr. Prothro explains that it is the best way to prepare and what God truly wants from us during this time.  Patience is the penance that we need in order to fully prepare for God and this holy season. This exciting new talk explores different ways that we can prepare our hearts for the coming of the Lord this Advent season.

 

Were the Gospels Anonymous

Were the Gospels Anonymous

Were the gospels really written by Matthew, Mark, Luke and John or are the authors anonymous? Did the stories come to us through some sort of “telephone game” or by way of eye witnesses? It is vital to address the debate over anonymous gospels. If we don’t know who wrote the gospels, then how reliable are the stories written about Jesus? Can we look at the gospels as legitimate historical sources for the life, the death and the resurrection of Jesus? 

 

Living Joy

Living Joy

What are you looking for? In this presentation, Chris Stefanick addresses every human person’s desire for a joyful life. Some seek joy in money, power, success or pleasure, but Jesus promised “I have told you these things that my joy may be in you and your joy may be complete” (John 15:11). Do you believe that true, lasting joy is possible? Listen to this presentation to discover practical everyday steps toward a more joyful life centered on Jesus Christ.

 

The Woman at the Foot of the Cross, Part 2

The Woman at the Foot of the Cross, Part 2

In this talk—Part 2 of a special two-part Lighthouse Talks presentation—Augustine Institute professor Dr. Ben Akers continues his meditative reflection on Mary’s role in Scripture, weaving together the stories of the Fall and Jesus’ Passion and Resurrection. Dr. Akers also provides illuminating answers to thoughtful questions from the audience. “The Fall happened through eating forbidden fruit; our redemption happens from eating the Eucharist.”

 

Presence: Biblical Foundations of the Eucharist

Presence: Biblical Foundations of the Eucharist

This is the January CDOM. The MP3 is available now, and the CD will be available on February 1, 2022.

“How can this man give us his flesh to eat?” These words uttered 2,000 years ago are echoed today.  

Join us as Dr. Tim Gray examines a few objections to the Church’s Eucharistic teaching and provides scriptural evidence for these objections. This apologetic helps us to give a reason for our faith and to gain a deeper insight into what it means to be Catholic and experience the true presence of God in the Eucharist.

 

The Woman at the Foot of the Cross - Part 1

The Woman at the Foot of the Cross - Part 1

In this talk—Part 1 of a special two-part Lighthouse Talks presentation—Augustine Institute professor Dr. Ben Akers gives a meditative, Scriptural reflection on keeping vigil at the foot of the cross with Jesus' mother Mary. Dr. Akers explains the deeper meaning behind Jesus' confusing address of Mary as “Woman,” and illuminates the connections and foreshadowing between the biblical stories of Creation, the Wedding at Cana, and the Crucifixion. We learn profoundly, as Dr. Akers explains, that “everything Mary does points us to her Son." 


 

Purgatory: Our Forgotten Family

Purgatory: Our Forgotten Family

What is Purgatory? Does it exist? Does it matter? As professor and speaker Dr. Mark Miravalle explains, not only is the doctrine of Purgatory true, and deeply rooted in Sacred Scripture and Tradition, but the practice of offering prayers and sacrifices for the souls of the dead is a critically important responsibility for every member of the Body of Christ—the family of the Church.

 

The Four Last Things: Death, Judgment, Heaven, Hell

The Four Last Things: Death, Judgment, Heaven, Hell

Fr. Mike Schmitz is one of the leading Catholic speakers in the Church today. Fr. Mike tackles four very difficult topics in this exceptional presentation: Death, Judgement, Heaven, and Hell. Listen to this talk and finally get the answers to the question: "What Happens When I Die?"

Following the main presentation is a bonus from the talk Purgatory: Holy Fire by Dr. Scott Hahn. This bonus is part of the 6-CD set by Dr. Hahn titled Answering Common Objections.

 

In his ever engaging and witty style, Father Mike answers the tough questions about Life and Death. I could listen to this talk over and over again for greater insights on Heaven and our purpose on this earth. Jill - Sycamore, IL