Father Regis Scanlon: One last thought as we leave the Christmas season. Lk. 2:52 points out that from His infancy “Jesus grew in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and men.” People often ask, how can Jesus “grow” in … Continue reading
Father Brian Harrison made a thoughtful comment on YouTube, motivated by Michael Voris’ “Vortex” episode critiquing Bishop Robert Barron for his now well known remarks to Ben Shapiro. Father Harrison sent me his comment via email, after he posted it … Continue reading
After my recent interview with Dr. David Lang on the subject of “Why Matter Matters,” the importance of matter in the divine plan has been in my thoughts. Dr. Lang’s book, and the subject of our interview, is a collection … Continue reading
At Rorate Caeli, Dr. Peter Kwasniewski has published a summary of some of the arguments presented at The Josias by Dr. Thomas Pink. The Rorate summary version is entitled “Thomas Pink on the Significance of the Exorcisms before Baptism.” The … Continue reading
There are two religious bodies calling themselves Christian that advance the notion of ongoing revelation. These are the “Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints,” a.k.a., the Mormons, and the “Religious Society of Friends,” a.k.a., the Quakers. The former organization … Continue reading
Below is a YouTube video of my interview with Mr. Ryan Grant on the subject of the infallibility of canonizations. For more information, please go to the show details page at Reconquest.net. Please consider making Reconquest possible by joining the … Continue reading
Below is my interview with the gifted and brilliant Dr. Jonathan Arrington on the subject of Saint Vincent of Lérins and the Development of Doctrine. Please go to the relevant Reconquest.net posting to find the links for additional information.
CNA, Mary Rezac: Every time Christians recite the Apostles’ Creed, they affirm their belief in what will happen to them after death: “’I believe in the resurrection of the body and life everlasting.” The belief in the resurrection of one’s physical … Continue reading