The 500th Anniversary of the Reformation

The 500th Anniversary of the Reformation by Stephen Wood Editor's note: In light of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation on October 31st, I'll be devoting newsletters and Faith & Family broadcasts between now and November 1st to the central doctrine...
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Amoris Laetitia is a ticking ‘atomic bomb’ set to obliterate all Catholic morality

Amoris Laetitia is a ticking ‘atomic bomb’ set to obliterate all Catholic morality By Peter Baklinski August 23, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — One of the world’s top Catholic philosophers has called Pope’ Francis’ Exhortation Amoris Laetitia a ticking “theological atomic...
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An Exceptional Blessing for Catholic Children to Request in Your Diocese

An Exceptional Blessing for Catholic Children to Request in Your Diocese The age for Confirmation will be lowered to third grade, and it will be received right before First Holy Communion at the same Mass. By Peter Jesserer Smith On Pentecost Sunday, Archbishop Samuel...
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Strong Words from a Noted Catholic Journalist

Strong Words from a Noted Catholic Journalist Article by Phil Lawler, Director, Catholic Culture/Editor, Catholic World News Something snapped last Friday, when Pope Francis used the day’s Gospel reading as one more opportunity to promote his own view on divorce and...
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The Four Cardinals and the Encyclical in the Room

The Four Cardinals and the Encyclical in the Room The essential questions remain what they have always been: "what is freedom and what is its relationship to the truth contained in God's law? what is the role of conscience in man's moral development?" By Carl E. Olson...
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How the Search for Truth Led Me from Atheism to Catholicism

How the Search for Truth Led Me from Atheism to Catholicism by Jennifer Fulwiler "Best Conversion Story that I've read in 25 years."  Steve Wood ***** Jennifer Fulwiler is a former atheist who was born and raised with the natural materialist worldview that says, “If...
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