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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 »

Living A Life of Meaning: Roman Catholic Beliefs Explained Speaker Ken Yasinski

(slow piano music) – Getting things in the right order is pretty important if we are to make sense of them. Imagine if you’re going to read J.R.R. Tolkien’s classic, The Hobbit, but instead of reading the pages in their chronological order, you read the book just sorta randomly, selecting pages as you will. And… Read More »

Veteran’s Day, Joyce Kilmer and Catholicism | Columbia Catholic Ministry #10

Scott Shannon (Narrator): Welcome to Columbia Catholic Ministry. Now, here’s your weekly update from Father Dan O’Reilly. Father Daniel O’Reilly: Every November, we commemorate Veterans’ Day. A day to honor those who serve our country in the military, and those who have served our country in the past. We give thanks for their sacrifices and… 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 »

2018 Conference for Catholic Tradition – Angelus Press – SSPX

Angelus Press is proud to announce the 9th Annual Conference for Catholic Tradition – the official conference of the Society of St. Pius X in North America. This three-day-weekend October-getaway is hosted at the Hilton in North Kansas City. The conference focuses on applying Catholic teaching to the most interesting and important issues of our… Read More »

5 Misconceptions About the Orthodox Church

One misconception that a lot of people have about the Orthodox Church is that it is only for certain kinds of people: Only for Greeks, only for Russians, etc. The truth is: everyone belongs in the Orthodox Church. We want everyone to check us out and to become part of our communities. We have a… Read More »

Catholic Church Abuse Victims Call For Justice & Accountability

The lengthy catalog of clergy sexual abuse by the Grand Jury Report was extremely difficult to read as the grand jurors note, “Priests and other Catholic leaders victimize teens and children of all ages.” But all of them were brushed aside in every part of the state by church leaders who preferred to protect the… Read More »

Roman Catholic | Wikipedia audio article

The Catholic Church, also known as the Roman Catholic Church, is the largest Christian church, with approximately 1.3 billion baptised Catholics worldwide as of 2016. As the world’s “oldest continuously functioning international institution”, it has played a prominent role in the history and development of Western civilisation. The church is headed by the Bishop of… Read More »

Liturgical year / Liturgical Calendar an ( Epic Catholic Animation )

Hey, and welcome back first off here’s a reminder i’m not a priest or nun just in case you were confused Also today we are going to be talking about the Liturgical year The Liturgical year is the year in the Catholic Church it helps us to know the Holidays Saints days and other special… Read More »

“God’s Word vs. Vain Tradition” (Orthodox & Roman Catholic Church Exposed)

The title of the sermon tonight is “God’s Word versus Vain Tradition.” God’s word versus vain tradition. In this passage, Jesus Christ is confronting the Jews and some of their traditions, things that they had added to the word of God, things that are nowhere to be found in the Old Testament and that in… Read More »