Pillars of Creation lets you discover the beauty of the heavens and the nature of God in 4 minutes. The film is my official debut documentary as a filmmaker and director, it is dedicated to Michael Koehler and Werner Herzog. The film has been accepted by the European Space Agency to be part of their official archives. You can learn more about this short film at its website. Enjoy and please share! Thank you.
My short documentary about the beauty of the heavens titled Pillars of Creation is now in IMDb. If you watch the film please do consider leaving a rating on its IMDb page. Thank you.
Just another brief notice to let you know that the audiobook of The Divine Family: Experiential Narratives is now available from Amazon, Audible, and iTunes. This audiobook has also been narrated by Favor Lark. Below you can hear a sample it.
Just a brief notice to let you know that an audiobook of mine is now available from Amazon, Audible, and iTunes: The Divine Heart of God the Father (2nd. rev. ed.). The audiobook has been narrated by Favor Lark. Below you can hear a sample from the audiobook.
Just another brief notice to let you know that another audiobook of mine is now available from Amazon, Audible, and iTunes: Icons as Resistance: Challenging the New Iconoclasm in the Catholic Church. The audiobook has been narrated by William Reese.
Just a brief notice to let you know that audiobook versions of two of my books are now available from Audible, iTunes, and Amazon. The audiobooks are:
- Who Are You? What is Your Faith? America’s 21st Century Alt-Right and Catholic Social Doctrine (Rev. ed.).
- Deification of Man in Christianity.
Both audiobooks have been narrated by William Reese. Here are their previews:
“Today is made known the mystery that existed before the foundation of the world. The Son of God becomes the Son of Man, so that he may share in what is worse in order to enable me to share in what is better. Adam once was deceived: He longed without success to become God. Now God becomes human to make Adam god. Let creation rejoice, Let nature exult: In awe the archangel approaches the Virgin, conveys her the greeting, our sorrow’s consoling. Glory to you, O God, Who in merciful compassion became a human being” (from Vespers of the 5th Saturday of Lent).
“O man, for your sake was Christ born, and the Son of God came that He might make you to live; He became a babe, He became a child, and He became a man, being (at the same time) God in His Nature, and the Son of God.
He Who was the Lawgiver became a reader, and He took the Book in the synagogue, and read, saying, ‘The Spirit of the Lord is upon Me, therefore He has anointed Me, and has sent Me to preach the Gospel to the poor (Lk 4:18)” (from Paradise of the Holy Fathers).
“The Lord, the Word of God, came down to earth and was incarnate of the Holy Spirit and Mary the Virgin and became man, without change becoming our equal in all things save sin, so that, traversing all that which is ours, He might re-forge and make that first man anew and, through him, all of us who were begotten and came into being from him and are like him who engendered us. Since, because Adam who engendered us had become corruptible and mortal—and, I will add, deaf and blind – and, by reason of his transgression, both naked and insensible of his divine vesture, such being the man of dust, so as well have they all become who were born of him: of dust, corruptible, mortal, deaf, blind, naked and insensible, differing in no way from the irrational animals or, better, become even worse than the beasts as having embraced all the latter’s’ passions and taken them into themselves” (Saint Symeon the New Theologian).