Apologetics

How Do You KNOW That?

The philosophical subject of epistemology is the study of knowledge. Father A. C. Cotter, S.J., who was Father Leonard Feeney’s philosophy teacher, and whose book on the subject was heavily utilized by Brother Francis in his philosophy course, defines epistemology … Continue reading

Kill Them All!

Much attention has been given to the so-called “dark passages” of the Bible in recent years. This is largely due to the use put to these passages by the enemies of the Christian name, by which I mean the aggressive, … Continue reading

Can Mary Save Us?

Provocative question, no? Merely seeing the question asked may cause some sectarians to lose their breakfast cereal. I’m going to answer it by stealing the reply a Ukrainian (I think) priest gave to a non-Catholic objection on — of all places — … Continue reading

Is the Bible Catholic?

A logical, lucid, and brief article below by Jeff Mirus for Catholic Culture. Well worth sharing with Bible-thumpers, or any Protestant, who is open to the truth. You may also want to read Father Arnold Damen’s, The Church or the Bible, on our website. … Continue reading

Charles Coulombe Interviewed on Americanism

ChurchMilitant.com: On this week’s edition of Mic’d Up, Michael Voris unpacks the heresy of Americanism. Guests include historian Charles Coulombe, Catholic apologist Robert Sungenis, and theologian Fr. Brian Harrison. Catholicism.org comment: Charles Coulombe’s interview is first, beginning right after the short … Continue reading

The Folly of Materialism

Here is interesting admission of one materialist, quoted by Joe Heschmeyer in his brilliant article “Nothing’s the Matter with Atheistic Materialism” posted on Shameless Popery website: I’m reminded of the biologist Richard Lewontin, who candidly admitted that he and other scientists accepted materialism in … Continue reading