The sin crusher strategy

The sin crusher strategy

I’m busy. I have a lot to do. I don’t have time. Something important came up. Not right now, maybe later. I just don’t feel doing this right now. Allthese sentences are red flags when they’re used to escape activities that’ll grow your...

CATHOLICS AND RAPTURE

How this publication should be read Ifyou won’t read the whole thing, read nothing. As the saying goes, “half knowledge is worse than ignorance”, and the following analogy is usually used to explain this saying. If an illiterate is told that...

HOW TO BE AN EFFECTIVE CATHOLIC APOLOGIST

When you discuss the Catholic faith The first verse every catholic apologist should keep in mind, and I love it because it’s very encouraging, is this: My brothers and sisters, if any of you wander away from the truth and another one brings them back again,...

CATHOLIC VS PROTESTANT

Introduction A while ago, I think this was last month or so, I was scrolling through my Facebook feed and I saw a post from one of my old protestant classmates.He was writing a reply to a post he saw written by a Catholic. At the beginning of his lengthy essay, he...

ABORTION, HOMOSEXUALITY, AND THE CATHOLIC

Lust has existed since Adam. It has been the driving force behind some of the greatest goods, and greatest evils in history. Yes, lust has produced a lot of good. But before we continue, let us define what lust is. Lust Lust is not plain evil in the flesh of man. It...

IS THE EUCHARIST BIBLICAL?

Wednesday of the 16th WEEK in Ordinary Time | Year A | Cycle I First Reading: Exodus 16:1-5,9-15.   Responsorial Psalm: Psalm 78:18-19,23-24,25-26,27-28.   Gospel Reading: Matthew 13:1-9. My Priestly Childhood I used to love eating bread a lot. I still don’t...