Category Archives: Scripture

Charity

1Cor. 13:13  So faith, hope, love remain, these three; but the greatest of these is love.  Charity is the theological virtue by which we love God above all things for his own sake, and our neighbor as ourselves for the … Continue reading

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Profitable Scripture

Earlier today, I saw this come up on a post on Facebook: I asked a baptist “Where does it say in the bible that everything should be based on the bible?” He respond this: 2 Timothy 3:15 And that from … Continue reading

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This Is Why We Respond With An “Amen”

It’s also one simple reason why only Catholics, and only those who are in the state of grace, should receive Holy Communion. There are a lot more… 1 Cor 11:27 – 30 27 Whoever, therefore, eats the bread or drinks … Continue reading

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When Someone Gives You A Hard Time Because Of Your Faith…

“If the world hates you, know that it hated me first. If you belonged to the world, the world would love its own; but because you do not belong to the world, and I have chosen you out of the … Continue reading

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When Judas Betrayed Jesus…

One of the things that has been going through my head this morning is how Judas betrayed Jesus and some of the things that did NOT come from that act of betrayal. But first, what was that betrayal? It was … Continue reading

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The Church Is Christ

I have friends and family members who have either 1) never been Catholic or 2) left the Church for something “better”. I imagine that you do, too. Many of them have left organized religion altogether because they want to go … Continue reading

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That They All May Be One…

The word “devil” is derived from a Greek word meaning “divider”or, more specifically, “the who who divides”.  The devil is rather one who, spiritually speaking, does everything in his power to separate us (dia-bolos in Greek meaning ‘the who who divides’) … Continue reading

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Daily Quote – St. Augustine On Belief In The Gospel Or Belief In Yourself

Many people embrace the convenient lessons of the Gospel – the parts that are in line with their own lifestyles or desires – and reject the inconvenient parts – the ones which contradict the way they want to live their … Continue reading

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Can You Be Catholic And Pro Choice?

This should be a required homily in EVERY Catholic church.

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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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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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The Best Therapy

It’s never the wrong time to get physical, vocal and spiritual…  

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