Truth Across The Galaxy

Truth Across The Galaxy

Written By: Michael Smolders The fullness of truth is Jesus Christ personified. The difficulty in explaining this truth lies in the difficulty of explaining who Jesus Christ is. Since Jesus Christ and the Catholic Church are one and the same, the best way to describe...
Idolizing Apologists

Idolizing Apologists

Written By: Kennedy Hall I have noticed a trend recently among the Catholic community.  I understand that “Catholic community” is a broad statement.  For our purposes let us think of those who attend mass, or work in Catholic education, and those who seek to form...
DEVILution

DEVILution

Written By: Kennedy Hall Admittedly, the title of this article is a bit of “click-bate.” In my experience, Catholics tend to click on things that have “Devil” in the title.  That being said, I mean what I say when I suggest that the Theory of Evolution is not from...
Atheism is Soft

Atheism is Soft

Written By: Kennedy Hall Atheism is soft; it has a mushy jelly centre, and is the philosophy of weak men. I mean what I say, and I gather that I won’t gain many friends this way.  But it is true; atheism is a weak philosophy that revolves around the egotism and...
Intimate Friendship With Jesus

Intimate Friendship With Jesus

Written By: Gregory Watson Time and again, when discussing my Catholic faith with Protestants, the claim is made that Catholics don’t truly believe that Christ alone saves them. They claim a variety of things, based on half-truths to be sure, but that still...
Is the Cross Still Relevant?

Is the Cross Still Relevant?

Written By: Gregory Watson On a hill far away stood an old rugged cross, The emblem of suffering and shame. How I love that old cross where the dearest and best For a world of lost sinners was slain  (The Old Rugged Cross, George Bennard) A little while ago, a friend...

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