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Carl Anderson to Pro-Abortion Catholic Pols: Resign from Office! (BUT Stay in The Knights of Columbus)

In an article in The Hill, Carl Anderson, the leader of America’s largest Catholic organization, the Knights of Columbus, has called upon Catholic elected officials who support legal abortion—despite their... More →

Reconquest Episode 38: Purgatory

This week’s show is a cultural-apologetical romp through the Catholic doctrine of Purgatory. This greatly confused and misunderstood dogma of our religion makes sense only in the context of... More →

Council Father, a Saint Who Spoke in Tongues

Today is the feast day of Saint Rose of Lima, one of five saints from that illustrious city in Peru. It is also the feast day of a lesser... More →

Brother Joseph, the ‘Old Man of Molokai’

Come, ye blessed of my Father, possess you the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world. For I was hungry, and you gave me to eat; I... More →

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apost_Ad-Rem-feature From Indifferentism to Apostasy

Indifferentism is the condemned heresy that advances the possibility of salvation in any religion. Apostasy (according to Father Hardon) is the “complete abandonment of the Christian religion and not merely a denial of some article of the creed.” There is a certain inexorable logic — or at least a psychologically coherent dynamism — that facilitates the journey from indifferentism... More →

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Is Saint Veronica mentioned in the Gospels?

The loving woman who wipes Our Lord’s face in the sixth Station of the Cross is extra-biblical, or so most people think. But the saint, whose feast is on July 12, is thought by some to be the Haemorrhissa (woman with an issue of blood) mentioned in the Gospels (Mt. 9:20-22; Mk. 5:25-34; Lk.... More →

 

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