I’ve been encouraged to share the Apologetics’ teachings I normally do weekly at my parish during Lent but am doing now via YouTube because of the corona virus.
A special thanks to Ms. Ashley Murr, Director of Adult Faith Formation at our parish, for all her hard work in making this information available. We are so grateful to her.
My classes are very informal. I give a short lesson on the topic to be covered, and those attending the classes then participate by asking any variety of questions on and off the topic! We usually laugh a lot, and it is a joyful exchange between the attendees and me.
While that feature is unavailable because of the corona virus, I’m hoping the lessons themselves will provide some knowledge and enjoyment to those of you who’d like to hear them. You’re welcome to ask questions, too, via this website. Just click on “Contact” and ask away. Or ask via our FB page.
While the Papal Artifacts website is dedicated to the Collection, and this particular topic has nothing to do with papal items, it has always been my mission to educate the faithful about the Catholic Church and our Catholic theology.
It is my belief that you cannot love what and whom you do not know. My hope is that in sharing my love and passion for our Church through Apologetics instruction (as well as through this Collection of papal artifacts) it will inspire others towards a greater love for our God and our Church.
Know that I am praying for you through this difficult time and ask you to do the same for me. Father Richard Kunst