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May 14, 2015
Dante's depiction of heaven

A tragic story has been circulating around the Internet in the last few days about a Canadian man who allegedly murdered three of his relatives and then posted a confession about it on Facebook. According to nbcnews.com:

A father in Canada appears to have admitted on his Facebook page to killing his daughter, then wife, then sister before taking...

May 11, 2015

At Michael Coren’s website the banner at the top of the main page features a mug shot of him at the left and, for the remainder of the rectangular space, a blue background on which are superimposed nouns and adjectives that describe him.

The nouns are “talk show host,” “author,” “columnist,” and “public speaker.” All of those are accurate.

The adjectives are “compassionate,” “spiritual,” “interesting,” “...

April 30, 2015

How can Catholics claim “works” are necessary for salvation for Christians who have reached the age of accountability when Romans 3:28 says:

For we hold that a man is justified by faith apart from works of law.

Romans 4:5 says:

And to one who does not work but trusts him who justifies the ungodly, his faith is reckoned as righteousness.

And Ephesians 2:8-9...

March 30, 2015

Three miles from the Catholic Answers office stands the Creation and Earth History Museum and Bookstore. It’s situated on a frontage road next to State Route 67. It’s easy to spot. It’s the only building in the area with a life-size dinosaur outside.

The museum was established in 1992 by Henry M. Morris’s Creation Research Institute. When CRI moved to Texas in 2008, the museum was transferred to a local couple who have kept it going. According to its website, the museum “remains...

March 23, 2015

This year marks the centenary of a rethinking of Catholic apologetics that most Catholic apologists have never heard of.

Some Thoughts on Catholic Apologetics was published in London in 1915. The author was E. I. Watkin. Born in 1888, he converted in 1908 and died in 1981. He was a long-time friend of historian Christopher Dawson and wrote and translated many books.

I first came across Watkin’s name when I got an abridged version of the book for which he is best known...