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RCIA - Introduction To The Catholic Church
As an introdution to the Catholic Church Deacon Greg dicusses various world religions, how we know God, the core beliefs of Catholics and much more. This podcast was recorded durning the first session of RCIA.
This was recorded during an RCIA session lead by Deacon Greg Ollick. On this podcast Deacon Greg discuss both the Apostles' Creed and the Nicene Creed and why Catholics say the Nicene Creed at Mass. You will also learn Catholic history and develop a better understanding of the Catholic faith.
RCIA - The Creed
This was recorded during a RCIA session lead by Deacon Greg Ollick. In this podcast Deacon Greg discuss how Catholics read the Sacred Scripture, Apostolic Traditions and the teaching authority of the Church. How we know God through scripture and much more.
RCIA - Divine Revelation An Introcution
Join Deacon Greg as he walks his RCIA class through the Bible. Learn covenant/salvation history form the Old Testament to the New Testament.
RCIA - Walk Through The Bible Part 1of 2
Join Deacon Greg as he concludes his study of the Bible. Learn covenant/salvation history from the Old Testament to the New Testament.
RCIA - Walk Through The Bible Part 2of 2
In this two-part series, Deacon Greg takes his RCIA class through over two thousand years of Church history: the good, the bad and the ugly. This first session is from Pentecost to the East/West Schism.
RCIA - History Of The Roman Catholic Church Part 1of 2
In this final session of this two-part series, Deacon Greg takes his RCIA class through almost a thousand years of Church history: the good, the bad and the ugly. This final instalment covers the East-West schism of 1054 to Vatican II.
RCIA - History Of The Roman Catholic Church Part 2of 2
If someone asked you to explain just what the Mass is, how would you explain it to them? Join Deacon Greg as he explains that sacrifice is the heart of the Eucharist.
Sacrafice - The Heart of the Eurcharist
Deacon Greg draws comparisons of the Passover Meal and Jewish worship to the Mass. This podcast was modeled after a presentation by Dr Brant Pitre of Notre Dame Seminary in New Orleans. http://www.brantpitre.com/
The Jewish Roots of the Mass
Deacon Greg could have called this video Moral Theology but that may scare off some folks so he titled it an Introduction to Christian Morality.
Introduction to Christian Morality Part 1 of 2
In this podcast, Deacon Greg takes a deeper look at Christian morality by examining the Ten Commandments and how Christians should understand each commandment.
Introduction to Christian Morality Part 2 of 2
As Deacon Greg's RCIA class prepares to come into the Catholic Church he introduces them to the Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, and the Eucharist; healing sacraments, that is, Penance and the Anointing of the Sick; and sacraments at the service of communion and the mission of the faithful, that is, Holy Orders and Matrimony
Introduction to the Sacraments
Sacraments of Baptism & Confirmation
Deacon Greg prepares his RCIA class for the sacraments of Baptism and Confirmation. Many in the class will be receiving one or both of these sacraments at this years Easter Vigil.
Sacraments of the Eucharist
One of the most important sessions of any RCIA class. Deacon Greg explains how Jesus Christ instituted the Sacrament of the Eucharist and why it's not merely a remembrance or symbol but truly the body and blood of Christ made present.
A Walk Through The Mass
Deacon Greg takes his class on a journey back to the first century as he explains Catholics participate in the Mass. If you would like to learn more about how the early Church worshiped you will enjoy Deacon Greg's "The Jewish Roots of the Mass" and "Sacrafice - The Heart of the Eucharist." To learn more please visit http://www.epiphanyinitiative.com
Deacon Greg Ollick takes you on a journey of the world religions including Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam and Christianity. During this session, Deacon Greg explains their origins and contrasts their similarities and differences to Christianity!
Mary & The Saints
Deacon Greg Ollick's RCIA session on Mary & the Saints. Deacon Greg explains the importance of Mary and the Saints...why Catholics pray to them but don't worship them. You will also learn about the End Times and learn if Catholic believe in the Rapture.