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How Do You Become A Saint?

Two famed Palestinian nuns were recently declared saints by Pope Francis in Rome. So, how does one become a saint? Manbeing a role model, renouncing material possessions and, above all, being devoted to y religions have saints, and across the board they usually show similar characteristics – like God. But Roman Catholicism in particular has… Read More »

Former Vatican’s adviser & Jesuit exposes russophobic Vatican and Ukrainian Greek-Catholics

Today it seems to me that in the west of Ukraine and among the Ukrainian diaspora the biggest goal of the catholic church is to spread an extreme version of Ukrainian nationalism And russophobia Everything that is Russian is bad Monk Konstantin Simon was born in 1955 in the US to a Hungarian father and… Read More »

Catholic Funeral Rites | The Walrus

Catholics believe that, after death, a person’s soul will go to heaven, hell, or purgatory. Prior to the funeral service, a vigil is held. Friends and family gather to pray and offer their condolences, often in the presence of the body. Eulogies may also be delivered at this time. During the funeral, a priest or… Read More »

Former Vatican’s adviser & Jesuit exposes russophobic Vatican and Ukrainian Greek-Catholics

Today it seems to me that in the west of Ukraine and among the Ukrainian diaspora the biggest goal of the catholic church is to spread an extreme version of Ukrainian nationalism And russophobia Everything that is Russian is bad Monk Konstantin Simon was born in 1955 in the US to a Hungarian father and… Read More »

Catholic Church Spending Millions To Keep Predatory Priest’s Safe

A new report shows that the Catholic Church has spent millions of dollars lobbying against the efforts to hold their own clergy members liable for molesting children. You know, I look at this, I’m look at this story. Everyday you go to the newspaper when you see another molestation story and you hear the, you… 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 »

Another Look at the Roman Catholics | Little Lessons with David Servant

Another look at the Roman Catholics. Hi, welcome to today’s Little Lessons. If you’ve been watching the previous four before this, you know that I did a little series on how to disagree without being disagreeable, based on a real nice letter I got from someone who disagreed with a Little Lesson I gave about,… 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 »

How the Catholic Church censored Hollywood’s Golden Age

These are some of the most beloved films in the history of American cinema. But they all share something else in common: They were all censored by the Catholic Church. In fact, for decades, there’s a good chance you didn’t see anything in a Hollywood movie unless the Catholic Church wanted you to. Hollywood in… Read More »

Roman Catholicism | 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 2017. 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 »