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October 2, 2015

At Catholic Answers, we often get the question: “If St. Peter was made the visible head of the Church, why don’t we see it in the book of Acts? Is not St. James (or perhaps St. Paul) the real leader of the early Church?”

How do we reply?

Actually, St. Peter is quite obviously the visible head of the Church in Acts. When you consider the inspired author of Acts was St. Luke, a companion of St. Paul, it is quite telling that for the first 15 of 28 chapters, Peter is the center of...

February 6, 2013

As many of you are aware, I recently joined the staff of Catholic Answers and its team of gifted apologists. In the process of sharing the news with relatives and friends, I have noticed a common pattern in their reaction. “So, you’re a Catholic Apologist?” “What exactly is that?” “Does that mean you go around apologizing to others for being Catholic?”

It is clear to me that this is somewhat of a downside to being a professional apologist. Sadly, most people just aren’t familiar with...