Luther & Militant Secularism: the Crisis & the Remedy

An outstanding sermon! (H/T to Brian Ó Caithnia for drawing my attention to it.)

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3 Responses to Luther & Militant Secularism: the Crisis & the Remedy

  1. kathleen says:

    Apologies to everyone for posting up the wrong video for the first 20 minutes or so!

    P.S. However, some excellent Catholic videos can be found at this website:


  2. mkenny114 says:

    Thank you Kathleen for posting this amazing sermon! The priest delivering it has brought together many things that have been preoccupying me for a while now, and ‘joined the dots’ so to speak. Really excellent, and very inspiring – just the sort of thing one needs every now and then to bolster faith, especially in those moments when surrounded by a lot of secular voices 🙂

    Also, not to worry about the wrong video being up at first – personally I don’t think I can ever watch too much Ven. Fulton Sheen! 🙂


  3. kathleen says:

    Yes, that’s right Michael, the first video I accidentally linked to was another great sermon by Ven. Fulton Sheen talking about the Ascension of Our Blessed Lord! Sorry about that, but glad you didn’t think I had wasted your time. 😉

    However that one (^) above is the one I wanted to post today, for as you so rightly say, we all need to have “the dots joined” again from time to time to strengthen our knowledge of the Church’s teaching and clarify our ideas, so we remain firm in our Faith. It is especially important when we are challenged by secularists, that we are “ready always to satisfy every one that asketh you a reason of that hope which is in you” (1 Peter 3:15). 🙂


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