Monthly Archives: August 2010

Arminianism v. Catholicism

Quite often in debates with Calvinists they like to say that Catholics are really Arminians – which, since Arminians are not of the hard-lined predestination view of Calvinists, on the surface seems applicable.  However, on further investigation we would find … Continue reading

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Depart From Me Evildoers

Last Sunday’s readings struck a chord with me, and I wanted expound upon them (as did our priest in the sermon too). Heb 12:5-7, 11-13 Reading 2 Brothers and sisters, You have forgotten the exhortation addressed to you as children: … Continue reading

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Our Father – Latin for Kids

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My Wife Knows Everything!

OK, this has nothing to do with apologetics, but the call on this horse race was just too funny not to pass on: The CathApol Blog is a portal to the forums hosted by A.C.T.S. the American Catholic Truth Society. … Continue reading

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Gargoyles on Churches

In a recent discussion on CDF a non-Catholic was asking about gargoyles on churches, below is my response to this person: SP: But, don’t you think it’s odd to have monstrous artwork ordaining your churches. sw: Gargoyles on churches served … Continue reading

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Catholics Disagree?

On CDF, on Mon, Aug 16, 2010 at 7:46 PM, Brian wrote: As if Catholics dont disagree? C’mon now. Great Schism? Orthodox Catholics? Brian   sw: Those are schisms where Catholics not only disagreed, some of them split from the … Continue reading

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ECFs on the Papacy

+ St. Ignatius of Antioch (c. AD 98-117): “Ignatius, also called Theophorus, to the Church that has found mercy in the transcendent Majesty of the Most High and… which presides in the chief place of the Roman territory, a church … Continue reading

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