Mary — Conceived without Sin

This is probably the most misunderstood doctrine among non-Catholics. Even some Catholics don't understand it. To be clear, let's define it. The doctrine of the Immaculate Conception is a dogma, meaning that is is a required belief of all Catholics. In other words, if you don't believe in the Immaculate Conception, then technically speaking, you're... Continue Reading →

Mary’s Virginity and the Brothers of Jesus

During the last few hundred years, it has become in vogue for some Protestant Christians to not only question the virginity of Mary, but to actually oppose it openly and militantly. Many traditional Protestants have gone the way of doubting the virginity of Mary altogether, relegating it to an early Christian myth. Meanwhile most of... Continue Reading →

Are Catholics Christians?

It seems strange to have to say that Catholics are Christian but to a growing number of Evangelical Protestants (particularly in the Anglosphere) it needs to be pointed out. Catholic Christianity is Complete Christianity. In fact, we Catholics were the first Christians because we Catholics were the original Christians. Sadly, a lot of Catholics have... Continue Reading →

How To Evangelize the Evangelicals

  In a previous essay, I wrote the time has come to forget the Liberal Catholics and Convert the Evangelicals. The premise of that essay, in a nutshell, is that Liberal Catholics have already abandoned the faith and have no interest in returning to it. Their fate is now sealed. We're watching it happen right... Continue Reading →

Why Do Catholic Bibles Have More Books?

Catholics are known to have more books in the Bible than Protestants, and there is a very good reason for this. I'll explain below. First, it's important to note that the New Testament of the Bible is exactly the same between Catholics and Protestants. There is no difference at all. They both consist of exactly... Continue Reading →

The Benedict Option for Catholics

Rod Dreher is an amazing author and columnist. He was an Evangelical Christian who came into the Catholic Church, where he was confronted by the "Spirit of Vatican II" (a bastardization of the authentic Vatican II) and the Lavender Mafia, which promptly drove him out of the Catholic Church and into the arms of Eastern... Continue Reading →

Why Catholics Can’t be Democrats

Suppose this were 1930 Germany, and we were listening to some Catholics tell us that while they disagreed with the racial policies of the Nazi Party, they favored the party's stand on social safety nets and feeding the poor. So that made membership in the Nazi Party okay, right? Or suppose this were 1920 Russia,... Continue Reading →

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