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Ratio of Morality

Individuals and organizations alike are capable of ambiguous moral behavior.
That is to say that most people, like organizations or fraternities, are capable of being both good, and bad, simultaneously. 80 more words

Mankind At Its Worst

Question on Anglicanism vs. Catholicism

About a month ago I was surprised to see this email in my inbox:

Wow!! Got me pegged there! I was like mwwaaa, Quora, how did you know my story? 1,241 more words

Teachings Of The Faith

Where Did the Papacy Come From?

Among the many differences that Catholics have with Christians of other denominations, there is likely none greater than the pope. A symbol of Catholicism itself, the papacy is easily the most recognizable, distinguishable, and… 261 more words


The Long Story on Historical Iconoclasm: Crucial to Catholicism, Orthodoxy, and the Papacy

As promised in yesterday’s post, here is the long story on historical iconoclasm. I will say from the get-go to keep this in scope, this post doesn’t talk about the horrible effects modern-day iconoclasm has on the faith (not going to name any names). 3,151 more words

Teachings Of The Faith

Papacy and Islam

Lecture 5 in Survey of Church History. In this lecture Dr. Jonny White discusses the rise and development of the papacy, as well as the spread of Islam. 94 more words

Reformation 500

The one mystery to help understand the whole of Christianity

Blessed Pope Paul VI, on Christmas of 1971, said: “God could have come wrapped in glory, splendor, light and power, to instill fear, to make us rub our eyes in amazement. 442 more words

Teachings Of The Faith