Monthly Archives: September 2012

Welcome Nathan!

I just wanted to take a moment to welcome Nathan to the CathApol Blog!  I hope you’ll find Nathan’s insights as interesting and informative as I have. Welcome aboard! The CathApol Blog is a portal to the forums hosted by … Continue reading

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Fellowship of the Unashamed

Unashamed This week I would like to recommend that we all take the time to learn more about what we believe so that we may have answers (or at least know where to go for an answer) to any and … Continue reading

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Pick up your Cross

Pick up your Cross In verse 14 of the second chapter of James we find him asking the rhetorical question that if someone has faith but does not have works can that faith save him?  Of course the implied answer is … Continue reading

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Catholic Baptism

As this child was being baptized the water forms the image of a Rosary!  This was posted by a Ferde in the Catholic Debate Forum who got it from his wife.  I’m not sure of the origin, but there you … Continue reading

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Sun God Worship?

This was originally published on the Catholic Debate Forum (CDF), but the online pictures did not turn out, so I republished here as well.  Feel free to comment here on the blog or in CDF. On Thu, Sep 20, 2012 … Continue reading

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Pope Blessed John Paul II and Universalism, Part One

In April, 2011, Scott published a post on whether or not the process for sainthood on Pope Blessed John Paul II was moving too fast.  To a vocal minority, some of John Paul’s actions and words may seem be to … Continue reading

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Pope Blessed John Paul II and Universalism, Part Two

Now, let’s go on to the other two quotes, which are actually John Paul referring back to his own encyclical Redemtor Hominis.  In fact in Redemptoris missio, John Paul II is reiterating the Church’s missionary mandate.  Here is the relevant passage … Continue reading

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