Michael Lofton and I had the fourth Fátima webinar today over on Reason & Theology.
For just the video itself, please click here.
Hi Everyone! I’m a bit behind on updating the site with my recent appearances. Here is a list of them in chronological order:
On July 9th, I was with Michael Lofton and Fr. Charles Murr on Reason & Theology to discuss Freemasonry in Catholicism After Vatican II:
My third Fátima webinar was on July 19 over at Reason & Theology (the 4th will be August 16, by the way):
On August 5, I was again on Reason & Theology to discuss the question “Does the Traditional Latin Mass Offer More Grace?” with Michael Lofton:*
*Lofton made an interesting highlight video of a revelation that I made during the course of the talk.
In June of 2017, the Santuário de Fátima held its centenary Congress “Pensar Fátima.” I was in attendance and delivered a paper.
My paper can be found in Volume One. Here are some images:
This news is exciting and I am truly honored to have my paper selected for publication. I would like to thank the Santuário de Fátima for its kindness and generosity.
Back in early May of this year, Timothy Flanders from The Meaning of Catholic contacted me. He was interested in having me on his YouTube channel to talk about all things Fátima. After some back and forth, I consented to the podcast.
The podcast was held on Saturday, June 19 and entitled Disputed Questions on Fatima with Kevin Symonds:
I would like to be clear with respect to the question of the consecration. This area is not something that I have studied at great length. In the future, I will not be addressing this matter in interviews/podcasts.
Lastly, there was some editing towards the end, hence why the official date on YouTube says “June 21.”
The second webinar on Fátima is now available on YouTube:
It was hosted by Michael Lofton of Reason and Theology. The remaining four webinars will also be hosted by Mr. Lofton. I’ll have more information about dates and times as they become available.
Also available is a PDF of the text of webinar two.
Please be advised that the webinars build upon one another. In order to understand each webinar, you’ll need to watch the preceding ones.
Click here for the first webinar.
I hope you enjoy this series!