Human persons who die unrepentant from actual mortal sin, or who die in a state of original sin alone, are sent by God to Hell, but they have different punishments. Second Council of Lyons: “The souls of those who die … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: January 2019
The Hidden Heresies on the Catholic Right
This article is not about sedevacantists, who have left the Catholic Church by formal schism and formal heresy. Instead, it is about Catholics who purport to accept Vatican II and the recent Popes. However, they make a similar mistake as … Continue reading
Heresy and Schism, Past and Present
The current conservative schism is very revealing about the schisms and heresies of past centuries. Read any article on a heresy or schism of the distant past, e.g. Arianism, and you will find the heresy portrayed as one main error, … Continue reading
I’m starting a brief monthly newsletter: Catholic news commentary, theology articles, Eschatology, Answers to readers questions, etc. The newsletter will be sent out by e-mail, once a month. If it becomes popular, then there will be two editions per month. … Continue reading
Did Pope St. Marcellinus commit Apostasy?
Pope Marcellinus (296-304) died a martyr and is one of many early Popes who are Catholic Saints. That fact alone leads me to the conclusion that Pope Marcellinus did not commit apostasy by sacrificing to the pagan gods, during the … Continue reading
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The anti-Jewish and anti-Muslim views of Michael Voris
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As a believing and practicing Catholic, I reject the anti-Jewish views of Michael Voris and other persons on the far right of Catholicism. These views are contrary to authentic Catholic teaching and are outright heresy: Voris: “After the destruction to … Continue reading
Popes Listed in Order by Year
St. Peter (Ascension of Christ to ~67) St. Linus (67-76) St. Anacletus (Cletus) (76-88) once thought to be two different Popes St. Clement I (88-97) St. Evaristus (97-105) St. Alexander I (105-115) St. Sixtus I (115-125) St. Telesphorus (125-136) St. … Continue reading