Video Lesson: 9 Big Theology Words you should know by now

In honor of the Solemnity of the Holy Trinity yesterday, here is a free video lesson from the New Saint Thomas Institute on the 9 “big words” that Catholics use to describe and explain the Trinity.

As a confirmed Catholic, you must know and understand the canonized terminology for God – otherwise you might start speaking like a heretic and not even know it!

If you’re not already a Member, here’s a sample video of what we are studying inside NSTI:

Here is the mp3/audio version for your convenience:

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New theology content like the video and mp3 above come out every week in the form of videos, notes, bonuses, and mp3 audios/podcasts.

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