These recordings, presented in complete faithfulness to the Magisterium of the Church, are ideal tools to help you, your family, and your friends learn and strengthen your Faith. Each conference is available as a 6-8 CD set or one MP3 disc (7 hrs. approx.)

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CD set—$25
MP3 disc—$10

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1. The Wisdom of Our Catholic Faith

Explores the infallibility of the Catholic Church through Tradition and Holy Scripture, as well as the four marks of the true Church, the divinity and humanity of Christ, the Sacrifice of the Mass and the Real Presence, and the dignity of the Priesthood.
Presented by Dr. Lawrence Feingold

2. The Catholic Church: Beacon of Truth

Addresses the nature and history of Liberalism, Modernism, and Progressivism, focusing on the Modernist notion of faith, revelation, and dogma; as well as measures against Modernism with Pope Pius XII and his encyclical Humani Generis, a condemnation of “New Theology” and the defense of Thomism.
Presented by Dr. Lawrence Feingold

3. The Catholic Understanding of Sacred Scripture

This conference will help you understand the unbreakable relationship between Sacred Tradition and Holy Scripture, while guiding you through key concepts of interpretation of Holy Scripture. This includes an examination of typology and the symbols of the Church in Old Testament prophesies.
Presented by Dr. Lawrence Feingold

4. Culture Lite: The De-Christianization of Western Society

Explains the phenomenon of contemporary “lite” culture and its impact on modern man. It discusses its causes and describes some cultural manifestations of the loss of transcendence. It also expounds on the importance of sacred art and its value.
Presented by Dr. Lawrence Feingold

5. The Passion of Christ: In the Light of Faith, History, and Science

Examines the theological meaning of Christ’s suffering, the necessity of the Passion, the historical validity of the Gospel accounts, Christ’s interior suffering, and the medical aspects.
Presented by Dr. Lawrence Feingold

6. Apologetics: Giving Reasons for Your Faith

Examines what “apologetics” is and why your Faith needs to be defended. It will explore the objective truth about religion, proof of the existence and nature of God, the necessity for religion, and other elements of Catholicism to better equip you in defending the Faith.
Presented by Dr. Lawrence Feingold

7. The Holy Eucharist: Heaven Upon Earth

Explains what the Eucharist is, reasons for its institution by Christ, the nature of this Sacrifice, the Priesthood, and the Liturgy. The conference also explores certain historical Eucharistic miracles and its power to enlighten our minds and transform our hearts.
Presented by Dr. Lawrence Feingold

8. The Catholic Vision of History

Addresses the triumphs and struggles of Christianity throughout history. Topics include the Christ-centered view of history, the growing and indestructible Church, the Middle Ages, and the great intellectual and artistic achievements of Christendom.
Presented by Dr. Warren Carroll, Mrs. Anne Carroll, and Dr. Lawrence Feingold

9. Learn the Truth, Defend the Faith

This conference is valuable for forming a solid Catholic response to Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code. It exposes the many damaging falsehoods and misconceptions in the story, as well as its relation to Gnosticism, neo-paganism, Wicca, and Radical Feminism.
Presented by Dr. Lawrence Feingold
This conference is 3 hrs. approx. The suggested donation for a CD set is $15.

10. Apologetics: Giving Reasons for Your Faith about Jesus and Mary

Encompasses a broad array of topics on Jesus and His Mother Mary, including the true humanity and divinity of Christ, the credibility of the Resurrection, the dogmatic truths about Mary as Mother of God, her Immaculate Conception, her perpetual virginity, and the historical heresies against these truths.
Presented by Dr. Robert Fastiggi and Dr. Lawrence Feingold

11. The Dictatorship of Relativism and the Protestant Reformation

The Dictatorship of Relativism, a term coined by Pope Benedict XVI, refers to the growth of Relativism and modern loss of confidence in the Church and reason itself. The conference also examines: Martin Luther’s role in the Reformation, great saints of the Counter-Reformation, and the necessity of the Catholic Church for salvation.
Presented by Dr. Lawrence Feingold

12. Apologetics: The True Church of Jesus Christ—One or Many?

This conference answers common questions about the nature of the Church and her members: why Christ founded the Church, how it is distinguished from other churches, the Protestant understanding of the Church, the role of Peter’s successor, and the marks of the Church.
Presented by Dr. Lawrence Feingold

13. True Hope and Its Counterfeits: The Importance of Hope for the Christian Life

Explores the nature of Christian hope and its contraries: despair and presumption. Topics also include: eternal life, hope in the Resurrection, and salvation of those outside the visible Church. The conference also covers Marxism, Islam, Atheism, and the paralysis of hope in our secular society.
Presented by Dr. Lawrence Feingold

14. The Beginnings of the Catholic Church in America

This conference discusses the evangelization of the New World, Our Lady of Guadalupe, St. Junipero Serra and Western evangelization, the North American Martyrs, Fr. De Smet and the Rocky Mountains Indians, and modern challenges of the Faith in America.
Presented by Dr. Lawrence Feingold and Dr. Robert Fastiggi

15. St. Paul: A Convert from Judaism Who Set the World Afire for Christ

Presents the life and conversion of St. Paul, his teachings on Christ, justification, moral principles, the Sacraments, and the Second coming of Christ. It also examines the Resurrection of Christ and our own, as a central element of our Faith.
Presented by Dr. Lawrence Feingold

16. Heroes of Our Faith: The Priesthood and Saintly Priests

Addresses the Catholic teaching on Christ as the Eternal High Priest, and the Sacrament of Holy Orders as a participation in Christ’s Priesthood. It explains why the priesthood is reserved for men, the priestly vocation, and the lives of some exemplary priests: St. Augustine, the Curé of Ars, St. Pius X, and St. Claude de la Colombière.
Presented by Dr. Lawrence Feingold

17. Unmasking the Enemies of the Church

“Any stick is good enough to beat Christianity with” –G.K. Chesterton.
This conference discusses the anti-Catholic agenda of the past and present including the following topics: Galileo and the Church’s relationship with science, the Crusades, the Inquisition, the myth of the “Dark Ages,” Pius XII’s defense of the Jews in the Nazi regime, and the French Revolution.
Presented by Dr. Lawrence Feingold

18. The Challenge of New Evangelization: Getting the World Back to Christ

Addresses the challenges of modern atheism, the motives of credibility of the Catholic Faith, how truth is the foundation of evangelization, Bl. Cardinal John Newman as an apostle of truth, the Culture of Life vs. the Culture of Death, and the family as the forge of saints.
Presented by Dr. Lawrence Feingold and Dr. Janet Smith

19. Where is Christ in Our Culture? Rediscovering Christ’s Presence in Western Civilization

Explains the Church’s mission to imbue culture with the truths of the Gospel, with special attention to literature, art, and music. Specific topics include: Christianity in J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings, the images of Christ in the history of art, and the influence of music.
Presented by Dr. Lawrence Feingold and Dr. Henry Russell

20. The Prize of Being Catholic

Presents conversion stories, personal testimonies of persecution and imprisonment for Christ, and informative talks regarding modern day attacks on the Catholic Church. This conference will encourage you to keep fighting the good fight for our Lord!
Presented by Dr. Lawrence Feingold, Fr. Vincent Ninh, Pam Forrester, and Joan Bell

21. Fight the good fight of FAITH

This conference offers a wealth of insight to dispel the stormy clouds of doubt and confusion with the light of eternal Truth. Topics include thoughtful responses to common questions related to faith and science, the New Age Movement, the Mass, the Eucharist and more. It looks into the cultural crises of modern times and the imperative mission of the Church to orient society toward Jesus Christ.
Presented by Dr. Lawrence Feingold, Dr. Robert Fastiggi, and Dr. James Hitchcock

22. To Restore All Things in Christ

Explores the Catholic ideal that Christ’s kingship is not only in the hearts of individuals, but also in society. This conference discovers the means to be better apostles so that we may valiantly defend our Lord’s rights, win over hearts to the Truth, and hasten the return of our society to our beloved Redeemer.
Presented by Dr. Lawrence Feingold, Fr. John Ezratty, MC, Mr. Richard Thompson, and Dr. Diane Moczar

23. Christ, Light of the World

As our world turns away from God, we are increasingly incapable of distinguishing between good and evil, between darkness and light. Heroic Catholics are needed both within the family and consecrated life, who can properly discern the Truth and illuminate the world with the light of Christ. This conference welcomed an exorcist to tell his personal encounters with demons. The defense of the family, Consecrated Life, and Heaven are also addressed.
Presented by Dr. Lawrence Feingold, Fr. Cliff Ermatinger, and Fr. John Ezratty, MC

24. The Final Battle: Marriage & the Family

Marriage and family life as intended by God are constantly being attacked by the “culture of death,” which is leading our whole society ever closer to total ruin. We need to return to solid Catholic values and learn to defend the truth if we are to survive the onslaught of this post-Christian culture.
Presented by Dr. Lawrence Feingold, William B. May, and Steven Locricchio

25. My Immaculate Heart Will Triumph

Presented in the year of the 100th anniversary of the apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima, this conference explores the results of the apparitions and various aspects of our world today. These topics include: the Christian martyrs in the Muslim world, life in a post-Christian society, the compatibility of faith and science, evangelization on college campuses, and Christ’s final triumph.
Presented by Dr. Lawrence Feingold, Dr. Massimiliano Di Ventra, Jonathan & Lauren Smith, and Dr. Robert L. Fastiggi

26. The Living Sacrifice

“If we really understood the Mass, we would die with joy.” -St. John Vianney
Join us as we dive deeper into the mystery of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. We will explore the sublime Sacrament in which Our Lord gave Himself to us at the cost of His life.
Presented by Dr. Lawrence Feingold, Steve Ray, Fr. Eduard Perrone, Fr. Daniel Jones, and Fr. Gerry Pehler, OFM Cap

27. “Do Whatever He Tells You”: The Beauty of Catholic Morality

“It is Jesus that you seek when you dream of happiness; it is Jesus who stirs in you the desire to do something great with your lives, the will to follow an ideal, the courage to commit yourselves to improving yourselves and society.” (Pope St. John Paul II)
Presented by Dr. Janet Smith, Dr. Robert Fastiggi, Fr. John Ezratty, MC, and Dr. Gregory Hocott