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Solus Christus

I’m going to be honest, I struggled with how to begin this post. For all intents and purposes, the Catholic Church whole-heartedly affirms the notion of Solus Christus. 742 more words


The Heavenly Banquet

In the Parable of the Banquet (Mt 22:1-14), Christ informs us that “many are called, but few are chosen” (v. 14). Many are invited to the banquet, for God desires that “all men be saved” (1 Tm 2:4), but not all make it to Heaven. 119 more words


The Election of The Pope of Fatima

The lowly servant will go to Rome at a time of the Church’s greatest confusion.  A light from Heaven will precede him and illumine his way, diminishing the infernal darkness that blocks his path. 302 more words

God's Gifts to Us

Father Cassilly tells us: “Friendship can never cease to give or at least to desire to give. Presents and tokens of some kind ever accompany it. 334 more words


Forth From the Dark and Stormy Sky

Forth from the dark and stormy sky,
Lord, to thine altar’s shade we fly;
Forth from the world, its hope and fear,
Saviour, wc seek thy shelter here; 74 more words


What is sovereign grace?

Sovereign grace combines two of God’s attributes, His sovereignty and His graciousness. Both of these characteristics of God are so vast that many volumes have been written about each. 591 more words


What does the Bible say about deliverance?

Deliverance is defined as “a rescue from bondage or danger.” Deliverance in the Bible is the acts of God whereby He rescues His people from peril. 647 more words