Knowing Enough History to Defend It: Catholic History and Apologetics

Catholics should be prepared with at least a brief reply to commonly cited events and issues in the Church’s two millennia past. In the words of Blessed John Henry Newman, we need to be Catholics “who know so much of history that (we) can defend it.” We might not be able to change someone’s mind […]

Catholic Apologetics – The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass

Editor’s note: It doesn’t get any better than that … this side of Heaven!

The theological art and science of Catholic apologetics

An interesting article about the identity of the biblical Whore of Babylon, the Mark of the Beast, 666 and related matters

The Woman Riding the Beast sculpture outside E.U. Headquarters in Brussels, Belgium Protestants love to describe The Roman Catholic Church as “The Whore of Babylon” but who did St. John, the author of the Book of Revelation really mean was the Whore? St. John gave us several clues, If we read Revelation we notice that […]

The Last Things – A Traditional Catholic Study


The Protestant Heresy – by Hilaire Belloc

Martin Luther and his 95 Theses at Wittenberg, Germany What Was the Reformation? The movement generally called “The Reformation” deserves a place apart in the story of the great heresies; and that for the following reasons: 1. It was not a particular movement but a general one, i.e., it did not propound a particular heresy […]

Successful Conversion Methods for Old Fashioned Catholic Proselytizers

This article appears to date from the 1950’s… Many exemplary Catholics, people with plenty of ability and initiative, are unwilling to be members of the average parish society because they feel that the meeting is largely given up to routine details. Yet if they were pointed towards making convert contacts, the Holy Name Society, the […]

Articles on Prophecies, Revelations, and Apparitions from Our Lady of the Rosary Library

Revelations of Anne Catherine Emmerich  Our Lady of Guadalupe  – Relates the wonderful story of the apparition in which Our Lady established herself as Patroness of the Americas  Our Lady of Good Success  – Prophetic revelations made to Venerable Mother Mariana de Jesus Torres in Quito, Ecuador, in the 17th century. These revelations are specifically […]

What about those “more Catholic than the Church Neener-Neener-Neener” people?

Posted by Anonymous August 30, 2013 at 2:11 PM And what of the harm that Voris and this site exemplify, the harm that jerk-evangelists (force-feeding the false gospel of “more Catholic than the Church Neener-Neener-Neener”) can do to God’s Church?! And then Voris and this blogger have the huevos to insult laymen who have devoted […]

It’s not necessarily the fact that they are well compensated, but that they are compensated so well for being mercenaries.

Vatican City, 8 May 2013 (VIS) – “The men and women of the Church who are careerists and social climbers, who ‘use’ people, the Church, their brothers and sisters—whom they should be serving—as a springboard for their own personal interests and ambitions … are doing great harm to the Church.” This is what Pope Francis […]

Church politics and show-biz: Vindictive bishops strike back …PLUS… Catholic non-profits pulling down big bucks, thanks to your generous donations.

The American Catholic Church: Bending over backwards to appease and promote the far left, for over 40 years. At your expense, of course! .. a war in the Catholic blogosphere has broken out over the news coming out of Catholic Answers that they are in dire financial straits and are laying off staff due to a steep […]

Comparing the Fundamental Beliefs of Christians and Muslims

Bible vs Quran Compiled by This is a Muslim apologetics site, so be ready to deal with some very strange interpretations of Christian beliefs and concepts. Link 

Father Z and Michael Voris are sponsoring a Lenten cruise/retreat. Some take issue with it.

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Contrary to what some would have you believe, especially around Christmas, it was the pagans who were converted to Christianity by the Catholic Church. And the world was a much better place, as a result.

A verse by verse explanation of Matthew 24 – Christ’s prophecy about the 70 A.D. destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans

Jerusalem encircled by the Romans – Pentecost 70 A.D. In Matthew chapter twenty-four [v.3] The disciples came unto him privately, and asked Christ TWO different questions: 1)when shall these things be? [the destruction of the Temple of Jerusalem prophesied in Matt. 24:2] 2) what shall be the sign of thy coming, and of the end […]

This Week’s Ask Alice: Free Electronic Catholic Bible Study Resources

Send A Question To Alice She’ll answer your Catholic questions right here, every Thursday. Email responses will also be provided, as time permits. *** Alice is out this week. Doug Lawrence is sitting in. *** Bill Asks: Where can I get free or cheap Bible study resources that are both easy to use and thoroughly […]

About the four (authentic) Gospels of Jesus Christ and their (supposed) discrepancies

Now, the cherubim of Ezekiel had four faces and four forms, namely, of a lion, a man, a calf, and an eagle. S. John, in the Apocalypse (chap. iv.), calls them four living creatures. “The first living creature,” he says, “was like a lion, the second living creature like a calf, and the third living […]

This Week’s Ask Alice: Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Nature of the Human Soul.

Send A Question To Alice She’ll answer your Catholic questions right here, every Thursday. Email responses will also be provided, as time permits. Tom Asks: Is there anywhere in the Bible that state’s specifically that the soul is immortal and will never die? I have Jehovah Witnesses come to the house. They say the soul […]

The authentic context of Vatican II was not pastoral … but political.

“Vatican II claimed to introduce the catholic doctrine with a language in tune with the modern thinking, that is to say, harmonic with the Gnostic philosophy of Kant, Hegel and other modern Gnostics. Curiously, a pastoral Council, that claimed to speak with the people in a more understandable way, uses a weird, obscure and hermetic […]