Why I’m Catholic

But if there is no arbiter of Truth, there is no truth. Protestantism was built on protest. There is no central authority. As a result, there are 40,000 flavors of Protestantism, with wide-ranging dissent on wide-ranging theological questions.

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The war of the religions

Four religions wage war for supremacy of western civilization.

Each uses remarkably different tactics to gain converts and exert their control over society.

What is a religion? A religion is a system of beliefs and practices which embrace some sort of faith component. The four competing religions are…

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Dismiss the Catholic Church at your own risk

A guy sent me a Youtube link reporting on priest abuse.

I had posted an essay on the challenge of Catholic evangelization. The smug video was his response meant to say “conversation over.”

Catholic bashing is a blood sport amongst atheists, the political Left, media, academia, and Hollywood. Their attacks have grown increasingly uncharitable, doing tremendous damage to the Catholic “brand.”

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Marcus Tullius Cicero advises modern man

“There are six mistakes mankind keeps making century after century: Believing that personal gain is achieved by despoiling others; Worrying about things that cannot be changed or corrected; Insisting that a thing is impossible because we don’t know how to accomplish it; Making important choices based on trivial preferences; Neglecting development and refinement of the…

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The fruits of the self-esteem movement

Welcome to the brave new world of young people inculcated with self-esteem.
These delicate flowers will not tolerate anything, ANYTHING, that makes them feel uncomfortable, bilious, or flustered. Can you blame them? After all, no one wants to feel uncomfortable, right?

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