Monthly Archives: April 2015

Once Saved, Always Saved

I once was challenged by an email correspondent to show him where is the book / chapter / verse that supports my claim that a believer in full possession of the gift of eternal life can be cut off.   … Continue reading

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Mercy Sunday Reflections

This past Sunday was Mercy Sunday.  Our priest gave a great homily on the necessity of the Mercy of God through the Sacrament of Confession but also for us, being members of the Body of Christ, our necessity of doing … Continue reading

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Perpetual Virginity of Mary

CA:  What does the other ancient Christian church (Orthodoxy) have to say about this? THE EVER-VIRGINITY OF THE MOTHER OF GOD By Fr. John Hainsworth LAST year for the Feast of the Nativity, I gave a lecture about one of … Continue reading

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Happy Easter!

He Is Risen! He Is Risen Indeed! A glorious and holy Easter Sunday to you! The CathApol Blog is a portal to the forums hosted by A.C.T.S. the American Catholic Truth Society.

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Holy Saturday

His Cross stands empty in a world grown silentThrough hours of anguish and dread;In stillness, earth awaits the ResurrectionWhile Christ goes down to wake the dead.(Holy Saturday Divine Office Hymn) Yesterday, as the evening of Sabbath grew near, our Lord … Continue reading

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Good Friday

Also called Holy Friday.  The Passion of our Lord began last night, Holy Thursday and reaches its mortal climax earlier this afternoon, at 3pm local time.  On this day Catholics are to observe both fasting and abstinence from meat.  Why … Continue reading

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Holy Thursday

What is the Triduum?  It is the culmination of the Passion of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.  It begins with Holy Thursday with the foot washing of the Apostles as they prepare for the celebration of Passover – which … Continue reading

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