Tag Archives: 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
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
The New Testament is hidden in the Old, and the Old Testament is revealed in the New. To try to understand Holy Scripture without understanding the Old Testament is a fool’s errand. The Hebrew Scriptures are necessary – if they … Continue reading
This is not meant as a tutorial on how to pray the Rosary, but as an aid in meditation upon the Mysteries. First, a very brief description of the Mysteries associated with the Rosary devotion. I won’t repeat this in … Continue reading
When I was in Vietnam, a friend of mine loaned me Hal Lindsey’s book “The Late Great Planet Earth”. I read it with rapt attention, especially since I was in a place where it was entirely possible that I could … Continue reading
Dr. Hahn talks about his new book Consuming the Word and takes questions from viewers about the New Testament, the Early Church and the Eucharist.
via Ross Earl Hoffman Catholicism: The Annunciation–> Birth of Jesus–> Baptism of Jesus–> Selection of the Apostles–> Jesus’ Public Ministry–> The Last Supper–> Betrayal of Jesus by Judas–> Crucifixion –> Resurrection–> Pentecost–> Ascension of Christ–> The Spread of the Gospel–> … Continue reading
This is a great site showing the history of the Bible and how the cannon was decided upon. Also how the Protestant cannon came about. Click here to go there… Use the “Up” and “Down” arrows to navigate. Start with … Continue reading
The difference between the Catholic and Protestant Bible and where the Bible comes from.
The most prominent scriptural theme in the liturgical text of the Church when it comes to the feast of the Assumption, which we are celebrating happily today. You can see, if you had a missalette that the reading for the … Continue reading