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Paul Thigpen
When the newly baptized Juanillo took a second wife, Fray Pedro admonished him to live the Christian life he professed. The next morning, the...
Fr. Dwight Longenecker
When it comes to the tough questions, we want to go to a reliable authority for answers, but how do we know if the authority is reliable? One...
Christopher Check
Most Americans have never heard of the Battle of Lepanto, although it was the most important naval contest in human history. Even most...
Ralph Woodrow
This Protestant pastor once wrote a book arguing that Church rites and beliefs had their origin in paganism. Now he tells This Rock why he took...
Joseph Pearce
In order to understand history, we must know what people believed when they did the things that they did in order to know why they acted as...
Steve Ray
Some Protestants claim that the Jews had a closed canon of Scripture in the first century that the early Christians accepted. Did the members...
Matthew A.C. Newsome
It’s an oft-repeated canard that the Church executed William Tyndale for translating the Bible into English. The real story is far less...
Alex Jones
In the writings of the Church Fathers a Protestant preacher uncovers the treasure of sacred Tradition.
Wil Milan
The Catholic Church stomped on Galileo because he proved its view of the solar system false, right? Wrong. Here's the surprising real story.
Tim Ryland
The maker of a unique Catholic film discusses what the French peasants of the Vendée can teach us about holiness.