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Have the Popes, historically, been good examples for Catholics and Protestants to follow?

>>Ankerberg: Okay, letís get a response.>>Martin: Thereís a severe fallacy in the reasoning. In order to estab¨lish what you just said, you must assume that there is a papacy with the power to do that.>>Pacwa: Yes!>>Martin: Well, I deny the assumption.>>Pacwa: Yes.>>Martin: So…>>Pacwa: Itís a fallacy only if I accept your assumption.>>Martin: Right! Right! Just… Read More »

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 »

Answering a Protestant’s Objections to the Catholic Faith

Julie in Chateau Montana, in Billings, beautiful Billings, Montana, hello Julie. Hi. Hey, thanks for waiting. So why are you Protestant, Julie? Um, well I guess I was raised, like, fifth or sixth generation Norwegian Protestant Lutheran, and I have, throughout–I am 52 years old, and throughout my Christian experience I have studied a lot… Read More »

Speaking in Tongues

All right, 24 after the hour, Tim Staples is here answering your questions. Let’s go to Ardmore, Oklahoma, to Jack listening on iCatholic Radio app. Hello Jack. Hey. Thanks for taking my call, guys. Welcome. Thanks. Tim, if I understand it right, at one time you were an Assembly of God pastor, is that correct?… Read More »

Why do Catholics say justification is “infused,” while Protestants say it is “imputed”?

>>Ankerberg: Now, how Catholicism says a person becomes truly righteous within is described by their word under Point #3, which is the word Infusion. By Infusion Catholicism teaches that God’s prevenient grace, or the power of Christ, is infused or placed into the sinner. When this power is given, and the sinner cooperates with this… Read More »

The Pope is the common Father of Catholics / El Papa es el padre común de los cristianos

Because the Pope, whoever he is, is for us Christians the successor of Peter. That’s why the Pope, whoever he is, is always the vice-Christ or as the great Italian saint Catherine of Siena used to say, he is the “dolce Cristo in terra”, the sweet Christ on earth. He is the common father of… Read More »

Why do Catholics Pray to Mary?

(soft music) – [Narrator] I found this statue laying next to a dumpster. It was too heavy to throw in the dumpster. And I don’t know who did that and I walked over and she’s broken in half. Her hands were missing and she just looked at me. The voice just said to me. Will… Read More »

Catholic Church Investigates Itself, Says Not at Fault for Pedophilia & Molestation

David: And the other thing also going on, speaking of unwanted sexual advances, the Catholic Church, we’ve all been waiting for the Catholic Church to investigate itself to figure out what is going on with all of the pedophilia and child molestation. Well, fear not, the Catholic… Louis: Yeah, why don’t you just have a… Read More »

Annual Catholic Appeal 2013 – Diocese of Madison

Late have I loved you, O Beauty ever ancient, ever new Late have I loved you. You were within me, but I was outside It was there that I searched for you In my unloveliness I plunged into the lovely things which you created You were with me but I was not with you, created… Read More »