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The pope and modern times — with Michael Novak (1995) | THINK TANK

Ben: Hello, I’m Ben Wattenberg, Pope John Paul II believes he is battling for the souls of America’s Catholics, can his austere moral vision triumph over America’s wide-open culture. Joining us to sort through the conflict and the consensus are Michael Novak of the American Enterprise Institute and winner of the 1994 Templeton prize in… Read More »

Galileo and Why He was Really Convicted of Heresy

On October 31, 1992, the Roman Catholic Church admitted it had been wrong to condemn Galileo Galilei for promoting the Copernican astronomical theory. After a 13 year investigation into the persecution of Galileo that led to his official condemnation in 1633, Pope John Paul II rectified a wrong that forced the Italian astronomer and physicist… Read More »

I had a terrifying dream, and saw nearly all Catholics were plunging into HELL? A Saint told me why.

Jesus Christ, the Perfect Lamb of God Jesus Christ, our Savior and God Jesus Christ, our future Judge Jesus Christ, our Eternal High Priest Jesus Christ, the Alpha and Omega Bishop St Ignatious of Antioch first used the word “Catholic” as speaking of the authority of the Church, founded by Jesus Christ.

Catholic Charities Shouldn’t Be Funded By Government | Scott Walter

Did you know that our secular government funds almost half the 3.9-billion-dollar budget of the supposedly religious Catholic Charities USA? An official Church nonprofit network, they do a lot of great work. They run soup kitchens feeding millions of people, house the homeless, provide disaster relief, clothing, and much, much more. But while helping the… Read More »

Is Opus Dei A Catholic Cult?

The DaVinci Code, which is one of the best-selling books of modern time, brought attention to a little known Catholic institution – Opus Dei. But many would argue that the book negatively and falsely portrays the real intentions of the institution. So what is Opus Dei really like? Opus Dei means, “work of God” in… Read More »