Glory of Christ’s Priesthood Contrasted With the Immorality of the RC Priesthood


Former Roman Catholic Priest, Richard Bennett, takes an inside look at the causes for the corruption of the RC priesthood. He carefully demonstrates why this demonic system (1 Tim. 4:1-5) inevitably leads to the sexual scandals that have always plagued Romanism — including pedophilia, homosexuality, adultery, fornication and more. These sins also flourish at Romanist seminaries & colleges & Bennett exposes this fact from the books of RC writers themselves. This message also contrasts the glory of Christ’s Priesthood from Scripture with the parody that is the RC priesthood. Bennett’s heartfelt love for the poor, deluded souls still caught in the grips of the Roman ecclesiastical beast can be heard throughout this message.

Pope Francis a Man of Peace or Man of Distruction!


Pope Francis has been acting as the spokesman for a new initiative in global peacemaking. However, Francis while acting as a spiritual leader is factually establishing his own political agenda.
Thus, as Pope Francis attempts to captivate world attention as the Man of Peace, he is revealed to be an impostor.

Historical facts from the Reformation to Modern times


History is of supreme importance as it is the storehouse of lessons comprehended from the past. Pastor W. J. Mencarow along with Richard Bennett clearly document the actual historical facts of following the Reformation. Since the Papacy has not only attempted to reverse the influence of the Reformation, but also to rewrite history, it is imperative to know the established facts of history.

Why Did 50 Roman Catholic Priests Leave the Priesthood?


Why Did 50 Roman Catholic Priests Leave the Priesthood?” There are serious reasons afoot when a person forsakes their “priesthood” as well as their religion. Find out what made the difference in these
priests’ lives.

Roman Catholicism Exposed. Questions and Answers with a former Priest


Former Roman Catholic priest of 22 years Richard Bennett, is asked a series of questions by Larry Wessel’s while attending a conference with numerous evangelical speakers such as John MacArthur, John Ankerberg, Dave Hunt & many others. The conference was held in Dallas in 1999 to answer the second rendition of the “Evangelicals and Catholics Together” document.

Alignment of New Evangelicals With Apostasy


A clear call to biblical separation from Rome and “Protestants” who teach and practice Roman Catholic doctrine. Richard Bennett as a former Roman catholic priest demonstrates the advantage he has in rebuking wayward Protestants as they fall into Romish errors regarding salvation.  Focusing on the backsliding of men like Chuck Colson, J.I. Packer, John Stott, Pat Robertson, Bill Bright (Campus Crusade) & others (like the two Jesuits) who signed the Evangelicals and Catholic Together (ECT) documents, he shows how these men are upholding the Antichrist (the Papacy) and the teaching of the Council of Trent.

Conversation Between Two former Catholic Priests


Richard Bennett and Richard Cefalu, both formerly Roman Catholic Priest, discuss their love for the Scriptures and provide an insight into it’s life changing power. These men were throughly trained in all things Catholic and had even put into practice the doctrines of Rome yet never fully understood the  true power of God.

Richard Bennett in Northern Ireland


Richard addresses Markethill Free Presbyterian Church in Co Armagh, Northern Ireland. Richard shares his testimony as well as recalling the true Christian history of St. Patrick.

A Labyrinth Way from the Convent to Life in Christ


This is the heartwarming life story of former Nun, Eileen Doran. Eileen was born to an Irish Catholic family in New Jersey. She had spent sixteen years of her life with the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth. With great feeling she explains the labyrinth of ways in which she sought to be right with God. After leaving the convent she encountered the Lord of salvation.

The Perplexity of the Convent


This is the heartwarming life story of former Nun, Eileen Doran. Eileen was born to an Irish Catholic family in New Jersey. She had spent sixteen years of her life with the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth. With great feeling she explains the labyrinth of ways in which she sought to be right with God. After leaving the convent she encountered the Lord of salvation. This interview will minister not only to Catholics but also to all who have faced great problems, particularly those who are widowed at an early age.