The Truth About Married Priests

Before I begin this essay, allow me to give full disclosure. First, I am not a priest. Second, I am married. Third, I don't want to be a priest -- ever. Fourth, I will probably never be a priest and that's just fine with me. Truth be told, I enjoy my freedom as a Catholic... Continue Reading →

How to Deal with Clerical Sex Abuse

The following is a checklist for victims of clerical sex abuse. If you, or anyone you know, has become a victim of clerical sex abuse, either as a minor or adult, you need to do the following as quickly as possible... CALL THE POLICE! Seriously, this should always be the FIRST thing you do without... Continue Reading →

America’s Religion of Deism

Americans have always been a fairly religious people, but not always in the way people commonly think. For example, the English colonists, during the 17th century, were pretty strongly Christian; from Anglican to Puritan, Protestantism was the norm. Catholics were only barely tolerated in some colonies, and forbidden in most. By the 18th century, many... Continue Reading →

Catholicism for Protestants

Michael Voris interviews author Shane Schaetzel Is Catholicism a cult? Do Catholics worship Mary? Why do Catholics have statues in their churches? The truth may surprise you! Highly recommended by priests and catechists, "Catholicism for Protestants" is a Biblical explanation of Roman Catholicism as told by Shane Schaetzel (Complete-Christianity.Com) -- an Evangelical convert to the... Continue Reading →

Do Catholics Worship Mary?

The short answer is NO. Catholics do not worship Mary.  Now here's the long answer. In spite of the constant yammering of anti-Catholics who claim that Catholics do worship Mary, the simple and undeniable fact is we do not. It's the height of arrogance when one religious group (such as Muslims or anti-Catholic Protestants for... Continue Reading →

Roe v. Wade — America’s Holocaust

In recent days, some US states have been passing strong anti-abortion legislation. My own home State of Missouri is included in that, and I'm proud to say I've been writing my state legislators for months to push it through. It's comforting to know I had a small part in this. The same goes for anyone... Continue Reading →

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