is an overview of the Liberal Catholic Church, its birth in 1916, its history, and contribution to the fast evolving Catholic thought during the second part of the twentieth century.
recounts the history of the Apostolic Succession in Catholicism in general, and particularly in the Liberal Catholic Church. In a second part, the ceremony of Consecration of a Bishop is described in detail, with an explanation of words, vestments, and regalia.
presents the Holy Eucharist not only as the marvelous transformation of bread and wine in the Body and Blood of our Blessed Master, but also as a tool for collective and individual transformation of the participants, and as the Sacramental help provided to all on their way to reach the "fullness of the stature of Christ".
is a sequel to the former program, highlighting the meaning of the all the material objects used in the Holy Eucharist: Altar, Candles, Chalice, etc...., their symbol and use.