Yesterday was the Feast of Corpus Christi. In Catholic Churches all over the world, after or before mass, the Holy Eucharist was carried in solemn procession throughout the nave of the church and in many cases throughout the local neighborhood. The Feast of Corpus Christi is a special time where Catholics throughout the world share […]
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If you came here earlier today and saw a message that our website was suspended, I apologize. The Vatican issued a directive which shut us down but it was all a big misunderstanding. Actually, we place the blame squarely on the shoulders of our hosting service. Sorry for any confusion.
Brantly Millegan at ‘Young Evangelical and Catholic’ has posted something worth visiting here.
Catholicism is a religion of truth, not opinion. This truth is a divinely revealed truth, not simply one we make up as we go along. Be that as it may, it is no secret that the Catholic Church is beset by certain elements that reject the revealed truth of the faith. It is a spirit […]
Where is the Catholic Church? If you are curious then I might first suggest that you try this exercise: If you live in a small town, go to the corner store on the main street and ask the first people you meet, ‘Where is the Catholic Church?’ If you live in a big city, go […]
Dr. David Anders Called to Communion’s own Dr. David Anders recalls some highlights of his journey into the Catholic Church in this article which appears in a recent ‘Coming Home Network’ newsletter. Dr. Anders received his Ph.D. from The University of Iowa in 2002, in Reformation History and Historical Theology, having written his dissertation on […]
There are some Protestant apologists who are making the claim that the early church fathers taught that scripture was sufficient. Some of them are careful to admit that the sufficiency taught by the fathers is a material sufficiency but some of them are asserting that the fathers taught that scripture is formally sufficient.
Within the Reformed blogosphere there has lately been put forth some pretty bold claims regarding the structure of the church in the first century, particularly the structure of the Roman Church. Basically the argument is that in the first century the church did not have a monarchical bishop and was instead ruled by a group […]
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