In this talk, Karlo addresses the modern myths that constitute skepticism toward Jesus, such as “Jesus was merely a great prophet and his divinity is an exaggerated claim of the early Church,” and “The resurrection of Jesus was simply made up by the early church and was nothing more than a metaphor for spiritual truths.” Karlo dispels such myths by providing the historical evidence for Jesus’ explicit and implicit claims to Divinity and the vindication of such claims in his resurrection.
In this presentation, Karlo Broussard ponders perhaps the ultimate question of human existence: “How can an all-powerful and all-loving God allow suffering in the world?” Karlo explains how suffering without faith leads only to depression and despair; but suffering with the eternal perspective and an appropriate view of happiness leads directly to meaning and purpose which makes for a faith that is life-giving and life-transforming.
In this talk, Karlo takes on the common mentality among both Catholics and Protestants alike that one does not need to confess one’s sins to a priest but can go straight to God. Using Sacred Scripture, Karlo demonstrates with great clarity both the explicit and implicit references to Jesus’ institution of the Sacrament of Confession. He establishes the biblical principle that God does not choose to relate with us apart from His human instruments but through them.
In this presentation, Mr. Broussard answers some of the most common questions on the mind of modern man: Is man mere matter? or Does man transcend matter with that which we refer to as an immaterial soul? Join Karlo as he shows how the evidence from philosophy and scientific research with near death experiences leads to the reasonable conclusion that man does in fact possess a transphysical or transmaterial soul and thus is made for eternity.
With great clarity and keen insight, Karlo answers the common questions that arise in regard to the intercession of the saints, such as “Why should I pray to the saints when I can go straight to Jesus?” or “Why do Catholics pray to saints when Jesus is the one mediator between God and man?” He convincingly demonstrates that the Catholic theology of the intercession of the saints is both explicitly and implicitly found in the Sacred Scriptures. As such, Karlo concludes that the intercession of the saints is an essential part of the Christian Faith.
In this episode of Catholic Answers Live, Karlo shows how the biblical blueprint for the Church reveals an established hierarchical structure. You’ll learn where in the Bible Jesus teaches that the Church is the final court of appeals in matters of dispute among the People of God. Furthermore, you’ll discover where in the Bible the Church exercises such authority and establishes the paradigm for settling theological disputes.
In this talk, Karlo shows how the evidence from philosophy and scientific research with near death experiences leads to the reasonable conclusion that man does in fact possess a transphysical or transmaterial soul and thus is made for eternity.
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In this talk, Mr. Broussard offers a fascinating catechesis on the Catholic doctrine of Purgatory and dispels the common misconceptions that surround this doctrine among both Catholic and Protestant circles. In response to the question, “Where is that in the Bible?” Karlo provides the evidence that the reality that Catholics call Purgatory is a doctrine found both implicitly and explicitly in the Sacred Page.