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Religious illiteracy

Of all the defects of modern government, one of the least commented upon is the religious illiteracy of our leaders. It is more than a generation since I was asked, by a student at one of the UK’s top thirty universities whether “Anglicanism was the same as Catholicism?” – and the situation has not improved. 700 more words


Apologetic Mondays: Call No Man Father

Catholics disobey Christ when they call priests “fathers”.

It is an unbiblical practice that Jesus forbade in Matthew 23:9:

“Call no man your father on earth, for you have one Father, who is in heaven” 540 more words


Linda Gordon THE SECOND COMING OF THE KKK: The Ku Klux Klan of the 1920s & the American Tradition


Linda Gordon is Florence Kelley professor of history and Professor of the Humanities at New York University. Her early books focused on the historical roots of social policy issues, particularly as they concern gender and family issues. 753 more words


Psychologist Todd Ransford a Fraud

A communist Freemason, Todd Ransford frowned when he Heard the Holy Name of Jesus and officially wrote the Catholic Mother out of his abominable report. Betsy Popkes approved of this report and is currently working to have her daughter institutionalised and jailed. 6 more words

Divorce Against The Laws Of The New Covenant

Newman defends Papal Infallibility

It was well-known that Newman had lively doubts about the wisdom of pronouncing on Papal Infallibility, so there was some surprise when, in his response to Gladstone’s critique, he did just that. 660 more words


Is Facebook Anti-Catholic? Anti-American?

Without warning, Facebook has removed Catholic pages from their social media network. According to ChurchPOP, there are at least 26 confirmed Catholic pages that have been removed.   160 more words



On Tuesday I began what is going to turn into a series of posts about Catholicism and intellectual freedom. The locus classicus of this discussion for me is the debate between Gladstone and Newman caused by the former’s attack on what he called ‘Vaticanism’. 853 more words