Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Pope suggests it’s best to be ‘honest’ and leave the Church if you don’t believe: HLI priest | LifeSiteNews.com


The following excerpts are from LifeSiteNews.com:
  • VATICAN CITY, August 28, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) - In his Angelus address Sunday, Pope Benedict XVI spoke of Judas’ betrayal of Christ, saying that Judas’ problem was failing to leave Christ when he no longer believed – a “falsehood,” said the Pope, “which is a mark of the devil.”
  • “Judas,” said Pope Benedict, “could have left, as many of the disciples did; indeed, he would have left if he were honest. Instead he remained with Jesus. He did not remain because of faith, or because of love, but with the secret intention of taking vengeance on the Master.”
  • According to Human Life International Rome Director, Monsignor Ignacio Barreiro, the comments are very relevant to the current situation in the Catholic Church.  Msgr. Barreiro, who holds a doctorate in Dogmatic theology, told LifeSiteNews that “for those Catholics who cannot bring themselves to believe the formal teachings of the Church on life and family matters it would be more honest to leave the Church rather than betraying Her.”
  • But, he added, “We regret very much that the person is so inclined and we wish they would have a conversion to truly believe.
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Pope suggests it’s best to be ‘honest’ and leave the Church if you don’t believe: HLI priest | LifeSiteNews.com

Sunday, May 20, 2012

Who Is the Beast of Revelation? |Blogs | NCRegister.com

This is a great explanation from Jimmy Akin. When you click the link to go to the National Catholic Register, be sure to watch Jimmy's video there:
Who Is the Beast of Revelation? |Blogs | NCRegister.com

Sunday, April 22, 2012

Why Do We Suffer? The Theological Answer of St Paul ~ Canterbury Tales by Dr. Taylor Marshall



The following excerpt is from an excellent post entitled "Why Do We Suffer? The Theological Answer of St Paul" by Dr. Taylor Marshall on his blog "Canterbury Tales":

  • The Catholic Faith offers an entirely different account of suffering, because the Church holds up the crucified Christ as the archetype for Christian living. No doubt, the Church is obsessed with the crucifix, and that for good reason. The crucified Christ provides the meaning of life and the meaning of death, even the meaning of the life to come!


Click the link below to read the entire post:


Why Do We Suffer? The Theological Answer of St Paul ~ Canterbury Tales by Dr. Taylor Marshall

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