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Anthony Burgess: On Natural Law (Part 1)

“ROM.  2: 14, 15.

‘For when the Gentiles which know not the law, do the things of the law by nature, these having not the law, are a law unto themselves: which shew the work of the law written in their hearts.’ 3,770 more words


Really, You Don't Have To Explain...

Last night I was listening to an AA talk on YouTube.  I’d heard this particular talk before by a speaker named Bob D.  He spoke about his introduction to Alcoholics Anonymous and his first few months in the rooms. 392 more words


Preparing for Christ

“They shall beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks.”

Wars and insurrections, persecutions, famines, and strife and tribulation. These are the images we have been seeing over the past few weeks in the readings presented for our consideration by Holy Mother Church, readings that describe the end of the world. 1,548 more words


Under a Fearful Delusion

I am much troubled by the rampant antinomianism and blatant disrespect for God’s moral law amongst professing Christians today.  Here a quote from J.C. Ryle… 228 more words


Cawdrey & Palmer: The Christian Sabbath Vindicated (Part 1)

Daniel Cawdry (Cawdrey) (1588–1664) was an English clergyman, member of the Westminster Assembly, and ejected minister of 1662.

Herbert Palmer (1601–1647) was an English Puritan clergyman, member of the Westminster Assembly, and President of Queens’ College, Cambridge. 1,401 more words


Feast of the Dedication of the Lateran Basilica (9 November 2016)

A popular song of the protest movement back in the sixties begins: “Where have all the flowers gone?” Well, today, one of our newspaper columnists, paraphrasing that question, asks in his column, “Where have all the role models gone?” 344 more words

Daily Messages

The Eternal and Unchangeable Wisdom that is in God

Melancthon, introduction to his treatise on the Decalogue in vol. 2. of his work:

“It is necessary to retain the usual division; the principal part of the law is called the moral, which is the Decalogue rightly understood.”… 123 more words