Join Paul Fahey and Dominic de Souza this evening at 5:30pm (EST) for a live conversation about theosis, how God became man so that man may become God. (It will also be available as a recorded talk after the live show has ended.)
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Theosis: the Catholic Secret: How Man Becomes God – with Paul Fahey
Alternate title: A Catholic vision of holiness (without the guilt or cold showers). We’ll be discussing the forgotten, central point of the Gospel – how man is called to share in the Divine Life of the Trinity – to become God. It is the strangest – and truest – points of the Catholic Faith. We plan to chat about who God is, what is ‘theosis’, the process of holiness, and Pelagianism.
ABOUT PAUL FAHEY
Paul Fahey lives in Michigan with his wife and four kids and works as a parish Director of Religious Education. He is a catechist, retreat leader, Catholic speaker, as well as a contributor and co-founder of wherepeteris.com.
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ABOUT DOMINIC DE SOUZA
A cradle-Catholic passionate about the meeting of Faith, history, and science in the modern world. Born in New Zealand, studied in Fiji and France, raised in Australia, and now living in the USA. He is the founder of SmartCatholics, a community to help Catholics renew our faith, get smarter, and support our Holy Father, Pope Francis.
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Paul Fahey lives in Michigan with his wife and four kids. For the past eight years, he has worked as a professional catechist. He has an undergraduate degree in Theology and is currently working toward a Masters Degree in Pastoral Counseling. He is a retreat leader, catechist formator, writer, and a co-founder of Where Peter Is. He is also the founder and co-host of the Pope Francis Generation podcast. His long-term goal is to provide pastoral counseling for Catholics who have been spiritually abused, counseling for Catholic ministers, and counseling education so that ministers are more equipped to help others in their ministry.