The Catholic Christianity project exists to promote, proclaim and defend the teachings of the Catholic Church in a manner that is compelling, relevant and faithful in order to reveal their truth, beauty and goodness.
Why Christianity? What about other religions?
Inter-religious dialogue means being honest and open about our own convictions whilst understanding the convictions of others.
This week on Catholic Christianity we explore where Christianity sits among other world religions.
The Problem of Pain: If God exists, is powerful and loving, why doesn't God remove pain and suffering?
If God exists, is powerful and loving, why doesn't God remove pain and suffering?
This week we explore the question of human suffering. In Christianity we discover that God can redeem suffering.
Find out more in episode seven of the Catholic Christianity podcast, Season One: Reasons to Believe.
Did Jesus really rise from the dead?
If Jesus didn't rise from the dead, the whole Christian tradition is undermined… so why do we believe in the resurrection of Jesus?
Find out in episode six of the Catholic Christianity podcast, Season One: Reasons to Believe.
Special Revelation: What's the overarching story of the Bible?
The Bible is an incredible read, but it's long! This week we look at the overarching story of scripture.
Find out in episode five of the Catholic Christianity podcast, Season One: Reasons to Believe.
Special Revelation: Can we trust the Bible?
The Bible is the primary source of Christian theology. The Catechism states that "God is the author of Sacred Scripture." (CCC 105). But can we trust scripture? Is the Bible reliable?
Natural Revelation: Does God exist? (part 2)
Where does the human conscience come from? How is it that humans intrinsically know that they are obligated to do and be good? How does this make humanity different from the animal kingdom?
Find out in episode three of the Catholic Christianity podcast, Season One: Reasons to Believe.
An excellent podcast series
Engaging, interesting and compelling arguments put forward and shedding light on much of the confusion in society about God, faith, belief and Christianity. I particularly enjoy the focus that Deacon Peter always bring us back to, namely that God is Love and that all our endeavours in the faith need to be centred around that central theme.
Truth articulated well
Deacon Peter has a way of articulating the Catholic faith that cuts through and doesn’t hide. There is no fluffy-ness or lip service here but the why behind compelling rich teachings that unexplained, can lead to confusion and quick judgements. This podcast of Catholic Christianity apologetics is unapologetic yet compassionate, a resource I would be comfortable sharing with anyone who had questions about our faith, no matter how far away from the church they sit.