“Outspoken Catholic priest, sociologist and sometimes steamy novelist Andrew Greeley has died at age 85. His beloved Chicago Tribune has the most comprehensive account of his long career.” RNS Continue reading
Gosh, I liked Christian Brothers Brandy. It’s getting so bad out there that you almost can’t go shopping anymore without helping some deviate cause that is being supported by these companies and institutions. Hurry back Lord, in Christ, Joseph
Defection from the faith and loss of office.
It was as an aid to my own preaching that three essays were written in the spring of 1979, explaining, respectively, loss of office under Canon 188.4, the history and present meaning of the term anathema, Continue reading
1) Matthew: Suffered martyrdom in Ethiopia, killed by a sword wound.
2) Mark: Died in Alexandria, Egypt, after being dragged by horses through the streets until he was dead.
3) Luke: Was hanged in Greece as a result of his tremendous preaching to the lost. Continue reading
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He sits in the Temple of God and gives himself out as if he was God. He will lead a revolt against the true teachings of the Church and will be revealed. He will try to abolish the true Mass. II Thess. 2:3-4 & II Tim. 4:3 & Apoc. 17:4 & 18:5
The Man of Sin – Paul VI
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‘He wore the Jewish Ephod of Caiphas. – Embraced the Broken Cross, showing the distorted figure of Christ used in the Middle Ages to represent the Biblical term ‘mark of the beast.’ Continue reading
If you’re into the culture wars, today’s your day: An atheist who complained that he found Bibles in a state-owned cabin got his way. Georgia officials removed the Bibles from all state park resorts. But now, the state attorney general issued a ruling saying the Bibles are OK because the state hadn’t paid for the books. On Wednesday, Gov. Nathan Deal ordered the Bibles returned. Continue reading
What is a Pope? Isn’t he just another Bishop?
Ready Winter 2009 Recognized as the greatest summary of Catholic dogma ever put between two covers. A one-volume encyclopedia of Catholic doctrines. Tells exactly what the Church teaches on any particular topic. Tells when the pronouncement was made and gives the sources from Scripture, Church Councils, Papal statements and the Fathers and Doctors of the Church. Essential for priests, seminarians, parents and teachers. Easily one of our most important books. 560 pgs, PB(less)