On sola fide

Perhaps the most important difference between Catholicism and Protestantism is known as sola fide, or “by faith alone.” Indeed, Martin Luther described it as “the article with and by which the church stands, without which it falls.” In essence, Protestants hold that one being saved “consists solely in the imputation…

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There is a Cancer in the Church

There is a cancer in the Church, and it has been allowed to grow unabated for decades. In 2008, Fr. Geoffrey Farrow, pastor of St. Paul’s Newman Center in Fresno, California, was suspended when he publicly spoke in favor of “gay marriage” in the state, and he subsequently admitted…

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The future of Latin Christendom

Monsignor Luigi Capozzi, secretary to Francesco Cardinal Coccopalmerio (seen above), was arrested by the Vatican police when caught in the midst of a drug-fueled homosexual orgy (Source). The orgy allegedly took place in the Palace of the Holy Office, which is the seat of the Congregation for the Doctrine of…

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