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The Amazing Truth of Our Lady of Guadalupe - Dan Lynch

Our Lady of Guadalupe appeared in Mexico as the pregnant Mother of God to Blessed Juan Diego, an Aztec Indian, on December 9, 10, and 12, 1531. She left a Miraculous Image of her appearance on his cactus fiber cloak, or "tilma", which still exists today for all to see in the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City.  Email This Article

The Authority of the Bible - PETER KREEFT

What do Protestants think we believe about Scripture? That it is second to the Church and that the Church teaches things quite independent of it. They think that we, like the Pharisees condemned by Jesus, confuse human tradition with divine revelation, “teaching as doctrines the precepts of men, . . . making the word of God void through your tradition” (Mk 7:7, 13). Their information is mistaken, but their motives are high. In fact, given this mistake, their criticism is admirable. But we must now look at the mistake.  Email This Article

The Bishops' Secret Letter - Deal Hudson

As you may already know, the Catholic world has been buzzing about a confidential letter composed by eight American bishops in which they called for a Plenary Council to address problems in the Church.   Email This Article

The Book of James - Joseph Loconte

A century ago, the psychologist, philosopher, and agnostic William James delivered the prestigious Gifford Lectures at the University of Edinburgh. His 20 addresses were published in 1902 as The Varieties of Religious Experience, which soon became one of the most widely read works on religious belief by an American.  Email This Article

The Canon of Criticism - Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger

Peter Seewald: “Referring to criticism of the Church, you once spoke of a classical "canon of issues": women's ordination, contraception, celibacy, the remarriage of divorced persons. This discussion seems to be going wearyingly in circles. Perhaps a few clarifications would help us get beyond this impasse.”   Email This Article

The Catechesis of Teens: They Need to Learn to Pray! - TOM RICHARDS

Adolescence is no time for substantive catechesis to stop. Every adult knows this, and yet the difficulties of adolescent catechesis drive many religious education program directors to frustration and compromise.  Email This Article

The Catholic apologist's scriptural cheat sheet - CHRISTOPHER WONG

Sola scriptura Sola fide Salvation (once and for all?) Deuterocanonicals Purgatory Eucharist Baptism Forgiveness of sins Papacy/infallibility “Brothers” of Jesus Mary Saints Statues, images and relics Church and authority Priesthood Worship Justification Morality  Email This Article

The Catholic Doctrine of the Real Presence - Rev. Kenneth Baker, S.J.

According to Catholic belief the Holy Eucharist is both a sacrament and a sacrifice. The aspect of the sacrament which I will consider now is what is known as the "Real Presence".  Email This Article

The Catholic Family and Vocations - Fr. John Hardon, S.J.

In His ordinary providence the Lord prepares those He plans to choose by making sure they are reared in a family where generosity as self-sacrifice is shown to their children and required of them by the parents; where humility is a way of life because father and mother exercise their authority with kindness but with a firm and steady hand; and where charity, as the love of God, is instilled in the children by the practice of prayer and respect for religion that becomes almost the family atmosphere.  Email This Article

The Celibate Priesthood - Grace MacKinnon

Dear Grace, When and why did celibacy become required of priests in the Catholic Church?  Email This Article

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