Conversations: Theological Reflections on Death and Other Topics
Links to recent conversations with Jens Zimmerman, Doug Farrow, and Ben Domenech, as well as John Sauer's five-minute congressional testimony on our findings in Missouri v. Biden
I hope you enjoy this philosophical and theological discussion I filmed in Vancouver with Jens Zimmerman and Douglas Farrow:
I hope you also enjoy this recent interview with Ben Domenech…
Finally, I highly recommend this five-minute clip of John Sauer’s congressional testimony summarizing the findings in our federal censorship lawsuit.
Happy to be working with the brilliant attorney John Sauer on MO v Biden, to dismantle the censorship industrial complex. Watch his brilliant congressional testimony here.
Your conversation at Regent College was amazing. I especially appreciated it as meditation for Holy Week.
I remember reading the conversion story of a medical doctor who was persuaded to explore Catholicism through observing the beautiful peaceful acceptance of death in his Catholic patients. Have we lost that? Or truth be told, do fewer Christians truly believe Christ’s promises?
You very graciously did not mention the glaring temerity of our shepherds who have allowed our Church to be so beholden to the states for grants and funding that they did not push back and instead made us all feel like selfish sinners who did resist. Thank God for the few brave parish priests who quietly “disobeyed” and acknowledged that the sacraments involve body and soul and therefore can’t be reduced to flat screens. They are the heroes. I remember pointing to the saints books on the shelves behind us while sitting in a “safety” meeting at my parish, just prior to reopening, and remarking to the committee what hypocrites we will appear to be to our young people...to extol them to imitate the saints, many of them martyrs, while we cower before a submicroscopic virus.
God bless your heroic efforts, Dr Kherity, and your wife and family who “share” you with us all!
I love Douglas Farrow so much.