A] The Catholic Media The Jewish Roots of Holy Week by Dr. Brant Pitre Listen to the Talk Preview! Holy Week is the holiest week of the year. But why do we call the entire week “holy”? Does anything important happen on the days between Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday? Follow Scripture scholar and professor Dr. Brant Pitre… Read More »
A] The Catholic Media The New Eve: Episode 1 of Lectio Mary by Dr. Brant Pitre Listen to the Talk Preview! Featuring the insightful biblical teaching of Dr. Brant Pitre, this audio presentation of the first episode of Lectio Mary: The Bible and the Mother of God examines what Scripture, the life of Christ, and the early Church… Read More »
The Case for Jesus: The Biblical and Historical Evidence for Christ by Dr. Brant Pitre Released for CD of the Month Club | MP3 of the Month Club: May 2017 Click HERE to preview! Dr. Brant Pitre, scripture scholar and bestselling author, uses biblical and historical evidence to bolster the “case for Jesus” by exposing the problems… Read More »
Confirmation: The Sacrament of Evangelization and Martyrdom by Dr. Brant Pitre
– Catholic Media of the Month: April 2015
Today there is oftentimes a misconception of what the Sacrament of Confirmation is actually for or how it affects our lives. In this talk, Dr. Brant Pitre invites us to better understand the tremendous graces and calling receive through this sacrament. He points to various passages in scripture which provide a historical foundation and, through bold witness, challenges us to willingly surrender our lives to Christ. Dr. Brant Pitre is a professor of Sacred Scripture at Notre Dame Seminary in New Orleans, LA.
Jesus the Bridegroom: The Greatest Love Story Ever Told
Catholic CD/MP3 of the Month Club – March 2014
Dr. Brant Pitre is an enthusiastic and engaging speaker who regularly lectures throughout the country. In this stunning talk, Dr. Pitre applies his knowledge of the Jewish roots of Christianity to the very heart of the Gospel: the love of Christ. You will learn what it really means to have a “personal relationship” with Jesus Christ as Lord, Savior, and Bridegroom.