Auschwitz: Depth of Murder- Depth of Mercy

2017-11-21T17:54:31-04:00November 21st, 2017|Categories: Culture and Politics|Tags: , |

Pope Francis’ somber visit to Auschwitz last week brought the world face to face with the depth of humanity’s depravity and the depth of divine redemption. St Paul, wrote, “where sin is abounding. Grace is abounds even more.” In Fr Maximillian Kolbe’s cell in the the darkest dungeon of Auschwitz, Pope Francis, a figure robed in [...]

Luther A Revolutionary not a Reformer

2017-10-28T05:59:30-04:00October 28th, 2017|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , |

Cardinal Muller speaks out honestly about Martin Luther. Edward Pentin reports here that the German Cardinal gets it right about Luther. Criticizing other prelates who say Luther's revolution was the "work of the Holy Spirit" Cardinal Müller, however, said the Protestant Reformation was not a “reform” but a “total change of the foundations of the Catholic [...]

Commentaries Ancient and Modern

2022-03-21T20:32:31-04:00September 26th, 2017|Categories: Theology and Bible Study|Tags: , , |

Yesterday I did something I rarely do: I threw away some books. The three books were Bible commentaries on the gospels by English Protestant scholars. G.B.Caird’s commentary on St Luke went in the trash along with J.C.Fenton’s commentary on St Matthew’s gospel and D.E.Nineham’s work on St Mark. “Why throw away some perfectly good books?” you [...]


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