What Must I Do?

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Marcus Grodi’s Coming Home Network is an Catholic apostolate that works hard to inform, mentor, guide and pray for separated brothers and sisters as they make their journey to the Catholic faith. Marcus’ new book What Must I Do to Be Saved? meets Evangelicals on their own turf and explains the fullness of the Catholic faith [Read More...]

More Christianity

Today I have been working on my lectures for the Belmont Abbey Apologetics Camp to be held next week at Camp Kahdalea near Brevard, NC. I’ll be working with Pat Madrid and Steve Wood, and my topic is More Christianity and Even More Christianity. The idea of “more Christianity” is that Catholicism is the fullest expression of [Read More...]

Problems with the New Atheists

One of the positive things about discussions with atheists is that most of them insist on rational discussion. They say they want to discuss things reasonably. It’s disappointing therefore when the conversations sometimes end up with atheists descending to profanity, emotional rants, ad hominem attacks and blasphemy. Nevermind. Some Catholics are fond of irrational rants [Read More...]

The Dictatorship of Sentimentality

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Have you ever had to deal with a female work colleague or family member who, just as the argument got interesting, turned on the tears? Immediately they win. It’s a not-too-subtle form of emotional blackmail. The tears shift the conversation away from reasoning and evidence and you have to stop and feel guilty and compassionate [Read More...]

Thus Says the Preacher…

Leo Tolstoy as a Pilgrim

We have an entertaining and whimsical atheist who visits the combox. John Cantor he calls himself and he styles himself as the prophet. Here is my response to some of his comments. When I quote the prophet I am quoting John Cantor’s comments. “The preacher” is me. I the preacher like the prophet John Cantor. [Read More...]

Michelangelo, Mother Teresa and Miracles

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Last week in New Jersey some of the faithful flocked to see something strange and wonderful–the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe in a tree trunk. The story is reported here. Then there was the face of Mother Teresa in a bun in Tennessee. You can see that here along with an image of Jesus [Read More...]


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