January 2018

Questions I Answered for Non-Catholics on Catholic Answers Live

January 23, 2018

On Friday we took to the phone to answer questions from non-Catholics. We had some great calls and responses. One in particular in which I defended the priesthood and seminarians against a charge that most were homosexuals. The Church Militant’s videos were referred to as reason this caller was not willing to become Catholic. Hope […]

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The Mid-air Marriage Gets Muddier

January 21, 2018

Written by Dr. Ed Peters, Canon Lawyer Popes on planes aren’t supposed to be a setting from which to draw fodder for canon law essay exams, but as far back as Pope Benedict XVI, such flights have occasioned more than their fair share of papal words or actions carrying canonical implications but undertaken with little […]

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Major Conference Planned on Divisions in Church, Papal Infallibility

January 21, 2018

National Catholic Register, Major Conference Planned on Divisions in Church, Papal Infallibility Edward Pentin The international meeting in Rome, one of the last wishes of the late Cardinal Carlo Caffarra, is due to take place in April. One of the late Cardinal Carlo Caffarra’s last wishes — to have an international conference to examine ways to […]

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“What I Learned in the Peace Corps in Africa: Trump Is Right”

January 20, 2018

What I Learned in the Peace Corps in Africa: Trump Is Right By Karin McQuillan writing for American Thinker Three weeks after college, I flew to Senegal, West Africa, to run a community center in a rural town.  Life was placid, with no danger, except to your health.  That danger was considerable, because it was, in the words of […]

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Saving Babies and Where’s the Pope

January 19, 2018

Saving Babies and Time Off in Purgatory Robert Royal writing for The Catholic Thing (which is well worth subscribing to!) THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 2018 As I write, Washington lies under light snow and, with wind chill, is 90 F. In most of the country, not too bad for January. In Washington – between the incompetence of government […]

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My “Debate-Discussion” on Drew Mariani with a Protestant: “What is the Church?”

January 17, 2018

Relevant Radio archives state, “What do you say to someone who says the Catholic Church is not the one true Church? Steve Ray provides clarity. Giovanni, a Protestant, calls in and says that he doesn’t think his denomination is wrong.” I certainly love good Christians who choose to be disciples of Jesus Christ. I am happy to […]

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“Dear Mr. Bible Guy, Thanks for Confronting my Son…”

January 17, 2018

Posted in National Catholic Register: Dear Mr. Bible Guy Who Tried to Convert My Son and His Friends: These kids don’t just know the Bible, the Catechism, and Church history. They know how to think. Excellent article written by Jennifer Fitz Dear Christian Bible Guy, I want to thank you for coming up to my son and […]

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Last Call for “Saints & Shrines of Italy” – only 4 seats left

January 13, 2018

If you want to see more of Italy than just Rome, this is the trip for you. We start in the north and work our way south through Milan, Pavia, Florence, Sienna, Assisi, San Giovanni Rotundo, Loreto, Manoppello, Lanciano and more – finally arriving for the highlights of Rome. This pilgrimage begins April 21 with […]

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Tiffany’s Story: From Mixed Background to Catholic – link fixed

January 9, 2018

Mother was raised Methodist and my father was raised Catholic but neither were religious when they were married. They were married by the Justice of the Peace and by God’s grace my sister and I were baptized in a American-Danish Lutheran Church in Minneapolis Minnesota as infants. My guess is the decision was more about […]

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Quoted in excellent National Catholic Register about why we Catholics stay in the Church

January 7, 2018

Why These Catholic Converts Remain Posted by Judy Roberts on Sunday Jan 7th, 2018 at 9:18 AM “Leaving the Church in ‘protest’ against perceived problems isn’t a Catholic option, former Protestants explain.” For the whole insightful and encouraging article, click HERE.

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Day 8: Camels, Dead Sea, Jordan River and more

January 6, 2018

Will have video up soon.

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Bible Quiz

January 6, 2018

Which of the following are NOT in the Bible? •      Cleanliness is next to godliness •      God helps those who help themselves •      Confession is good for the soul •      We are as prone to sin as sparks fly upward •      Money is the root of all evil •      Honesty is the best policy

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Tear-jerker Homily at Gethsemane, Mt. of Olives, Upper Room, Mary’s Death, Dinner on Roof of Jerusalem…

January 5, 2018

Even though it was raining part of the day we had a marvelous bunch of experiences. Mass at Gethsemane is always moving but the homily made it all the more a tearjerker. Mount of Olives, Mount Zion, Upper Room, Prison of Jesus and “shout out” from Ave Maria Academy. Enjoy!

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Mary and the Other Body of Christ; How Many People were in the Upper Room and Why?

January 5, 2018

Since we are IN this room today, I thought I would share this again… The room was pretty full. It was warm but a gentle breeze was blowing—that would change. There was fear in the room. The Roman army was a thing to be feared, they had just crucified Jesus and it was a dangerous […]

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Via Dolorosa, Calvary, Mass at Tomb, Western Wall, Jerusalem Bishop & more

January 4, 2018

We started the day at 3:45 AM. But everybody thanked us later. Join us as we walk the Via Dolorosa caring our crosses with Jesus to Calvary and then for Mass at the Tomb. We also visited the Western Wall, met with the Bishop of Jerusalem and more. Enjoy! Holy Sepulchre Rest of the day…

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All Day Bethlehem from Mass to Dance!

January 3, 2018

Fantastic day. Join us. Homily at Shepherds Field, touching birthplace of Christ, dancing… All the sites… Dancing…

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