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The Encyclical Era: Are Catholics Obliged to Read Every Papal Document?

For years as an Evangelical Protestant, the common discourse revolved around quotations from the Holy Scriptures. Speakers would talk at conferences. Pastors would preach. No one would think anyone really argued a point without copious references to the Holy Bible. I remember talking to my friends when I was a Protestant—we quoted the Scriptures in…

The Laity’s Civil War and the Priests Who Stand on the Sidelines

Very few priests have been willing to publicly oppose the champions of the unborn holocaust. Long gone are the days of St. Ambrose, who refused Emperor Theodosius Holy Communion and forced him to do penance for the massacre of the Thessalonians. In our day, the massacre is on the level of the Nazi holocaust multiplied…

Book Review: The Godmother: Madre Pascalina, a Feminine Tour de Force

The Godmother: Madre Pascalina, a Feminine Tour de Force Author: Charles T. Murr Publisher: Enrique J. Aguilar 304 Pages $9.95 Kindle; $24.95 Paperback Charles Theodore Murr is a Catholic Priest from the archdiocese of New York now retired. During his time as a Seminarian in Rome in the 1970s, he had the blessing of befriending…

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How Students Should Learn, and How Teachers Should Teach

The term “Magisterium” is a relatively new term that became prevalent in the past few generations of Church history. Before this, there was a distinction made within the Church Militant between the Ecclesia Docens (“Teaching Church”) and the Ecclesia Discens (“Learning Church”). The Baltimore Catechism: How may the members of the Church on earth be…

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