Monthly Archives: April 2011
It is fourteen feet long and three-and-a-half-feet wide and obviously very old. The cloth is linen, hand-woven in what is known in the textile trade as a three-to-one herringbone twill. Experts say that this technique is over two millennia old, … Continue reading
One of the most misunderstood teachings of the Church, and maybe one that is least reflected on, is the teaching on purgatory. To understand and embrace this teaching does not require deep, exhausting theological study. A short and simple explanation … Continue reading
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Praying The Word Of God The Power of the Sacraments is God’s Power
Excerpts from an interview with Ralph Woodrow by Catholic Answers. A Protestant pastor tells This Rock how he got involved in the issue and how his understanding of the issue has changed. There are many points of agreement between Protestants … Continue reading
Mary & the Saints: Intercession of the Saints Prayer to Mary and the Saints: Contrary to Scripture? Why Do Catholics Pray to Saints?