Category Archives: Catholic Teaching

USGF Novena for Life – Day Five

INTERCESSION: Mary, our Blessed Mother, we ask you to intercede on our behalf for your Son’s grace to soften the hearts and souls of the citizens of America. We pray that our society will develop a Culture of LIFE conscience that … Continue reading

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USGF Novena for Life – Day Four

INTERCESSION: Mary, our Blessed Mother, we ask you to intercede on our behalf for your Son’s grace to soften the hearts and souls of the citizens of America. We pray that our society will develop a Culture of LIFE conscience that … Continue reading

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USGF Novena for Life – Day Two

From Fr. Richard Heilman: INTERCESSION: Mary, our Blessed Mother, we ask you to intercede on our behalf for your Son’s grace to soften the hearts and souls of the citizens of America. We pray that our society will develop a Culture … Continue reading

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USGF Novena for Life – Day One

From Fr. Richard Heilman: DAY ONE: INTERCESSION: Mary, our Blessed Mother, we ask you to intercede on our behalf for your Son’s grace to soften the hearts and souls of the citizens of America. We pray that our society will develop … Continue reading

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Do All Good People Go To Heaven?

“I’m a nice person, I treat people nice. God will let me into Heaven.” Maybe not… “Enter by the narrow gate; for the gate is wide and the way is easy, that leads to destruction, and those who enter by … Continue reading

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History Of Protestantism

Protestant Christians base their faith on two premises: Sola Scriptura – the belief that all truth is contained within the boundaries of scripture Sola Fide – the belief that we are saved by faith alone Neither of these doctrines is … Continue reading

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Five Biblical Lists of Mortal Sins

Five Biblical Lists of Mortal Sins Msgr. Charles Pope • October 17, 2018 One of the great deceptions of our time is that serious sin is only a remote possibility for most people We must be more serious and mature Simply listing … Continue reading

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The Cross

Some people blame the Romans for the crucifixion. Some people blame the Jews. Some people blame the Sanhedrin.  Some people probably blame bad timing or bad luck, or prejudice. In one sense, they are right – but only partially so. The … Continue reading

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Can A Catholic Be A Mason?

Short answer: No. Here’s why… What are the roots of Freemasonry? What are its evils, and why has the Church condemned it since its inception in the 18th Century? Listen as Dr. Miravalle discusses this in order to lay a … Continue reading

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12 Early Church Quotes That Will Challenge Protestants

12 Early Church Quotes That Will Challenge Protestants By Arnold Scott 11/17/2015 6:00:10 PM Here are 12 quotes from the Early Church that leave Protestants grasping at straws to explain them away. Read all 12. These are not obscure men or … Continue reading

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Why the Rosary is Not “Vain Repetition”

Why the Rosary is Not “Vain Repetition”  Fr. Dwight Longenecker The aim of the Rosary Protestants sometimes charge Catholics with “vain repetition” So what is “vain repetition?” That’s what Jesus means in the second half of Matthew 6:7 The Rosary … Continue reading

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Fr. Chad Ripperger at St. Mary of Pine Bluff, WI speaks on the “Levels of Spiritual Warfare”

This is well worth the time to listen…

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I Didn’t Tell Him You Were Stupid

You have probably seen some form of this before but, in case you haven’t, I thought I would go ahead and show it to you and comment and expand on it a bit. This is one of those sentences the … Continue reading

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Where is that in the Bible?

Have you ever been asked, “Why do Catholics…. Where is that in the Bible?” Here’s a Bible Cheat Sheet, in PDF format, listing doctrines and where they can be found in Sacred Scripture. – (Dr. Taylor Marshall’s Apologetics Bible Sheet) … Continue reading

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