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A Catholic Layman's Take on the "Twelve Differences Between Catholics and Protestants" ST. WALBURGA'S BLOG - April 12, 2014 ... religion, by the authority of Jesus Christ our Lord, of the Blessed Apostles Peter and Paul, and by our own: "We declare , pronounce , and define that the doctrine which holds that the most Blessed Virgin Mary, in the first instance of her conception, by a singular grace and privilege granted by Almighty God, in view of the merits of Jesus Christ, the Savior of the human race, was preserved free from all stain of original sin, is a doctrine revealed by God and therefore to be ...http://stwalburgas.blogspot.com/2014/04/a-catholic-laymans-take-on-twelve.html
Navarre Bible Commentary:Friday, 5th Week in Lent JOE CATHOLIC - April 11, 2014 ... paragraphs 437, 444, 548, 574, 582, 589, 591, 594 and 1562 . Commentary An attempt to stone Jesus (10:31–42) 10:31–33. The Jews realize that Jesus is saying that he is God, but they interpret his words as blasphemy. He was called a blasphemer when he forgave the sins of the paralytic (Mt 9:1–8), and he will also be accused of blasphemy when he is condemned after solemnly confessing his divinity before the Sanhedrin (Mt 26:63–65). Our Lord, then, did reveal that he was ...http://www.thejoecatholic.org/2014/04/navarre-bible-commentary-friday-5th.html
The Natural Moral Law RENEW THE CHURCH BLOG - February 21, 2014 ... point us toward the Source of the image – the Original, because of Whom we sense truth, goodness and beauty. Thus we are drawn toward them, and thus we are drawn toward Him. He made us for personal relationship with Him, and so He made us with an inner compatibility with Him, the divine image, the reason for the great dignity of every personal example of humankind. Why is this important? The natural moral law is important for us to know about, for two reasons: 1) for evangelization, and ...http://renewthechurch.wordpress.com/2014/02/21/the-natural-moral-law/
My Hallway THE CLOISTERED HEART - February 8, 2014 ... Sacraments. Am I also involved in the life of my parish, my diocese? Am I part of a prayer group or Bible study? Do I volunteer my time to help the poor, the aged, the pre-born? Maybe I share faith through the Internet. Perhaps I homeschool, or teach CCD. Hopefully I share God's love freely with my family and friends. Even if I can't get out and about (perhaps due to physical limitations), I can "enter the hallway" by praying for others, maybe offering trials and sufferings as ...http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2014/02/my-hallway.html
One-Line Descriptions of All My Books BIBLICAL EVIDENCE FOR CATHOLICISM - February 4, 2014 ... and dialogue; mostly drawn from real discussions. Bible Conversations: Catholic-Protestant Dialogues on the Bible, Tradition, and Salvation (#3; June 2002) Perhaps the three "hottest" topics in Catholic apologetics are dealt with in a dialogue format, from actual discussions engaged in online with Protestants. Development of Catholic Doctrine: Evolution, Revolution, or an Organic Process? (#4; June 2002) Why does the Catholic Church and her doctrines appear ...http://socrates58.blogspot.com/2014/02/one-line-descriptions-of-all-my-books.html
Behold the Lamb of God: Second Sunday in Ordinary Time CATHOLICMOM.COM - January 18, 2014 Readings for January 19, 2014: Second Sunday in Ordinary Time The Protestant Church is all about the Bible; the Catholic Church is all about the Sacraments. Right? Not exactly. When it comes to personal Bible reading, Protestants often put Catholics to shame. But as far as Sunday worship goes, it is hard to find a more biblical service than the Mass. The readings are awesome enough, but even the prayers of the Mass are chock full of Scripture. Many lines ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Catholicmomcom/~3/uoaR1PTdnms/
Exposing the Blind Side: A Reverted Catholic Looks Back CALLED TO COMMUNION - January 1, 2014 ... student in West Virginia, and immediately became an avid student of the Bible. Gustavo pursued wholeheartedly the study of the Scriptures, obtaining a masters degree (MCS) in biblical languages from Regent College, Vancouver, and a Ph.D. in biblical Greek and linguistics from the University of Surrey in the U.K. Gustavo is married to Magdalena, a Polish citizen, and together they have two boys, David (5) and Gabriel (2). Gustavo and Magdalena initiated a process of reentry ...http://www.calledtocommunion.com/2014/01/exposing-the-blind-side-a-reverted-catholic-looks-back/