Monthly Archives: July 2014

Conversation with a Non-Catholic

Questioner:  You know, when you pray to Mary you are introducing a mediator between God and man and that goes against God  because He said that “there is one God and one mediator between God and mankind, the man Christ … Continue reading

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Canon Revisited

At BeggarsAll another posting on the Canon of Sacred Scripture has been published.  Overall it seems a bit of a chastisement against a Protestant pastor who had the courage to state “the Bible didn’t exist until around 300 – 400 AD”. … Continue reading

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Validity or Sacramentality?

Dr. Edward Peters, Canon Lawyer, wrote a very good – and not very long – article on the difference between validity and sacramentality of marriage especially as it relates to the annulment process.  The two aspects are not to be … Continue reading

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Early Church and the Eucharist The Early Church and the Eucharist.  Dr. Scott Hahn talks about one of his recent books and takes questions and answers them in a (now recorded) live stream. The CathApol Blog is a portal to the forums hosted … Continue reading

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BeggersAll – Catholicism and Semi-Pelagianism per Sproul

In a blog comment at BeggarsAll, Ken Temple states: R. C. Sproul demonstrates the contradiction in Roman Catholic Theology, when it claims it agrees with Augustine against Pelagius and the Semi-Pelagians (Provincial Synod of Orange in 529 AD), but later … Continue reading

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John 6 and Revisited

On the blog a person who uses the pseudonym of “TurretinFan” (hereafter “TF”) posted a blog against the Catholic belief in the Eucharist truly being the body, blood, soul and divinity of Jesus Christ.  Since one has to be … Continue reading

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Pope Misquoted?

In a recent MSN article it is reported that two percent of Catholic priests “are” pedophiles.   But the Vatican issued a statement saying some parts of a long article in the left-leaning La Repubblica were not accurate, including one that … Continue reading

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