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Welcome to Catholic apologetics, led by Dr. Jim Dobbins, Author of Take My Hand: A personal retreat companion. Just finished an RCIA program? This is the next stop on your faith journey. These are intended to be discussions, not lectures. In these discussions we look at the different truths of Catholic doctrine and why we know they are true. We also discuss apologetics, spiritual growth, examine the liturgy of the Catholic Mass and do scripture studies. Please encourage your friends to listen. I also encourage you to leave a comment about our podcasts. If you want the slides or any other documents for any class, just e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will reply with the documents attached. If you are getting the podcast files from iTunes and would like to see the full set of available discussions for download, you can see and download any of them at http://yorked.podomatic.com. Our discussions are now conducted in-person and on Zoom, something we started because of COVID. They take place every Monday morning from 9:30 to 10:30 EST (New York time). If that time is convenient for you and you would like to join the discussion, send me your name and email address and I will add you to the notification list. You do not need to install Zoom. I will send out an email about 9:15 and all you have to do is click on the link in the email. If you have a friend who is not Catholic but who might enjoy the discussion you are welcome to invite them. If you get this and are not Catholic but would like to participate, you are welcome to join us, recognizing our discussions are always done from a Catholic perspective. This session is one of our discussions in our series on The views of Pope Benedict XVI on the Liturgy. It is based on his two books, The Feast of Faith and Spirit of the Liturgy, both available from Ignatius Press. We ask you to also consider going to http://yorked.podomatic.com and become a subscriber. It is free, helps our ratings, and thus helps us reach and help more people. Please also let me know if there is a particular topic you would like to see addressed.