Wednesday, November 1, 2017

“All of society is subject to a demonic deception”



Wiker’s study of the Reformation an enlightening, balanced reflection on past and present

By Piers Shepherd on Oct 31, 2017 06:09 pm
Brimming with fascinating facts, The Reformation 500 Years Later: 12 Things You Need to Know is an excellent short history of the Reformation, the ideas that [...]
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London exorcist: “All of society is subject to a demonic deception”

By K. V. Turley on Oct 31, 2017 05:21 pm
Combating the devil isn’t a practice reserved for exceptional cases, says exorcist Father Jeremy Davies. It’s an on-going struggle in which every soul is engaged. [...]
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The Reformation reformed

By Sandra Miesel on Oct 30, 2017 07:31 pm
The chronology of the Reformation no longer opens with Luther’s 95 Theses. The seeds of revolt were planted long before 1517. [...]
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Catholic theologians must set an example of intellectual honesty: A reply to Prof. Robert Fastiggi

By Dr. Edward Feser on Oct 30, 2017 02:33 pm
In order to defend the suggestion that a pope could teach that capital punishment is always and intrinsically immoral, you have to maintain that the [...]
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Martin Luther: Father of modern liberty or political absolutism?

By Robert R. Reilly on Oct 29, 2017 05:28 pm
The German father of Protestantism did not seem to consider that his metaphysical undermining of the Church’s authority and the abandonment of natural law would [...]
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In Defense of Jonah

By Alan L. Anderson on Oct 28, 2017 04:53 pm
In the Reluctant Prophet we have the classic (and beautiful) case of God ‘choosing a crooked pencil to draw a straight line’, for Jonah is [...]
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Hear, hear! Love of God and love of neighbor

By Carl E. Olson on Oct 28, 2017 10:15 am
On the Readings for Sunday, October 29th [...]
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Women and the Protestant Reformation

By Amy Welborn on Oct 28, 2017 03:01 am
Luther and the Reformers went to war against the evangelical counsels as ideals and as the core of a vowed, religious life. Every woman—it was [...]
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In the UK, has abortion become a “Catholic issue”?

By Joanna Bogle on Oct 27, 2017 05:37 pm
Fifty years after the country’s Abortion Act, Catholics need to look beyond their churches to share the pro-life message with the wider public. [...]
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A Critique of Faggioli’s interpretation of early Ratzinger’s view of Scripture, Tradition, and Authority

By Eduardo Echeverria on Oct 27, 2017 05:33 pm
Massimo Faggioli’s naïve biblicism cannot account for different levels of authoritative Church teachings in Catholicism, with some being foundational, irreformable, and definitive, and others being [...]
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