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Fr. Paul van Kuykendall Thomson
[I]t is axiomatic that there is no such thing as a lone Catholic. Just as the members of the Church on earth share a common spiritual life,...
Fr. C. C. Martindale S.J.
There is a sort of objection [to the idea of life after death] which, in itself, must be allowed no weight, but which bulks large in popular...
Oliver Barres
Human bondage is proverbial. Men have always been the slaves of forces beyond their control. Whether it be the dark tyranny of deep-rooted...
Fr. M.D. Forrest M.S.C.
Before explaining to you, my dear friend, Catholic doctrine and practice regarding the Blessed Virgin Mary, let me state two truths that the...
Martin J. Scott S.J.
Christ’s Church, like himself, is both divine and human. It is divine in its constitution and doctrine, human in its members. The Church is...
Fr. F. J. Koch
Apologetics (to defend oneself) is the science concerned with the defense of Christianity. It establishes the divine character of the Christian...
Francis P. Ripley
Let us examine the Church as we find it in the New Testament. What kind was it? Our Lord began by speaking of it as a kingdom that was at hand...
Cecily Hastings
Do not variations in different times and places regarding the moral code prove that there is no objective moral law?No. Differences of opinion...