Richaél Lucero2019-08-16T07:27:09-04:00

After returning to the Faith while studying business at University of San Diego, Richaél Lucero earned a master’s degree in theology and Christian ministry from Franciscan University of Steubenville. She strives to manifest the Lord’s command in Matthew 28:19 to “go and make disciples of all nations,” as part of the Catholic Answers marketing department and as the host of the Catholic Answers podcast Clumsy Theosis. She has also enjoyed speaking at parish events and being a part-time theology instructor at the San Diego Diocesan Institute. Richaél and her husband appreciate the expression of the mysteries of the Eastern Catholic churches and participate in the Byzantine Rite liturgy, where she sings in the choir and he is an alter server.

Clumsy Theosis – Theosis & Inheriting a Kingdom

You know how when you find someone else excited about living the Faith, you can trade riffs for hours about God’s generosity? I did just that—well, for an hour—with Cy Kellett, host of the Catholic Answers Today radio show. Listen in as we explore how the path of theosis leads us to the inheritance of a kingdom.

By |February 9th, 2019|Categories: Clumsy Theosis, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Clumsy Theosis – A Sacrament of Healing

Did you know the Sacrament of Reconciliation has had six different titles over the centuries? In today’s episode we crack open each name to get a fuller picture of the abundance of love, mercy, joy, and power the Lord gives us through this sacrament of healing.

By |January 25th, 2019|Categories: Clumsy Theosis, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Clumsy Theosis – The Role of Tradition in Catholicism

We may think of tradition as something man-made that we’ve simply perpetuated, generation after generation. When it comes to Catholic Tradition, however, this is not the case. Find out why and how Tradition safeguards the truth.

By |January 17th, 2019|Categories: Clumsy Theosis, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Clumsy Theosis – Advent: Not Only About the Birth of Christ

During Advent we are preparing for the coming of Christ. Did you know that this “coming” we await is not only the birth of our Lord? Let’s look at the two expectant events this season calls us to focus on so we may prepare our hearts fully.

By |December 13th, 2018|Categories: Clumsy Theosis, Uncategorized|0 Comments