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Shalom haMashiach!  (Peace of the Messiah!)

The Association of Hebrew Catholics (AHC) is hosting a new lecture series entitled, Touched by Christ: The Sacramental Economy, given by Dr. Lawrence Feingold. Dr. Feingold is Associate Professor of Theology and Philosophy at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri. He is also Director of Theology for the AHC.

The series will consist of 18 lectures, two lectures per month, generally on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month. The first lecture will take place on March 8, 2020 at 3:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada). Please be aware of lecture start times going forward.

The lectures will be held in the Gannon Room of the Cathedral Basilica Rectory, Saint Louis. You may attend and participate in the Gannon room or online through your computer/ tablet/ smart phone. To attend the lectures online, you must first register by clicking the button below. An email confirming your registration will be sent to you with a link to join the lecture at or just before the scheduled time. This link can be used to join all future lectures.

If you attend in the Gannon room, you can register when you arrive at the lecture. You may also wish to register via the button below so that you can attend a lecture online if you can’t make it to the Gannon room.

NOTE: Lectures in the Gannon room have been suspended until further notice.
You may continue “attending” the lectures online as described above.

If you are not able to participate online, you may also listen to the lectures via your home phone.
Call 314-535-4242 or email dmoss@hebrewcatholic.org for the phone number and meeting ID.

If you miss a lecture, you can watch the recorded lecture along with the question and answer session. The link for the recorded lecture will be posted in the table below.

The lectures are free. However, donations to help us cover our costs and carry on the work of the AHC are very much appreciated.

May you be touched and blessed by Messiah in the Sacramental Economy.

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Nbr Date Description Video
1. March 8,
3:00 pm
Why Do We Need Sacraments? √ Click on title
2. March 22,
3:00 pm
What Are Sacraments? √ Click on title
3. April 19,
1:30 pm
The Seven Sacraments. √ Click on title
4. April 26,
1:30 pm
Christ Instituted the Sacraments. √ Click on title
5. May 10,
1:30 pm
Matter and Form of the Sacraments. √ Click on title
6. May 24,
1:30 pm
The Subject and Minister of the Sacraments. √ Click on title
7. June 14,
1:30 pm
Sacramental Character. √ Click on title
8. June 28,
1:30 pm
Res et sacramentum in the Eucharist, Matrimony, Anointing of the Sick, and Penance. √ Click on title
9. July 12,
1:30 pm
The Gifts of Grace Communicated by the Sacraments. √ Click on title
10. July 26,
1:30 pm
Sacramental Grace. √ Click on title
11. August 9,
1:30 pm
Causality of the Sacraments as Instruments of Christ: Theological Tradition to Aquinas. √ Click on title
12. August 23,
1:30 pm
St. Thomas Aquinas on Sacramental Causality. √ Click on title
13. September 6,
1:30 pm
Causality of the Sacraments ex opera operato. √ Click on title
14. September 20,
3:30 pm
Causality of the Rites of the Old Covenant. √ Click on title
15. October 11,
3:30 pm
Rites of the Old Covenant in the Time of the Church.
16. October 25,
3:30 pm
Sacramental Grace Received through Desire.
17. November 8,
3:30 pm
Infants Who Die Without Baptism Entrusted to the Mercy of God.
18 November 22,
3:30 pm
Conclusion: Sacraments and the Development of Doctrine; Sacramental Spirituality.
(December 13,
3:30 pm
Make-up session if necessary)
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