“Luther” courtesy pixabay.com The Catholic-Protestant divide has gotten a lot of attention this year, as the 500th anniversary of the so-called protestant reformation will be commemorated in just a few short days. That’s right, 500 years of Protestants dissing Catholics for their Mary obsession and 500 years of Catholics berating Protestants for their “Popelessness.” While … More Commemorating “Reformation”
Foto de pixabay.com Una de mis publicaciones que ha ganado mucha atención es la de la autoridad del Santo padre y donde se encuentra su rol en la Santa Biblia. No entendía yo, durante mi tiempo como protestante, por qué la gente era tan obsesionada con el Papa. No tenía ningún punto de referencia, o … More ¿Por qué es tan importante San Pedro?
Pic courtesy pixabay.com “Why would I become Catholic when I love where I am?” As a convert to the Catholic faith, this question is one that I am all too familiar with. I grew up in a very small, close knit Baptist church in rural western KY. The members of my church were a second … More I would become Catholic, but…I love where I am.
“Creative Commons Jan Pawel II” by Zbigniew Kotyłło. Licensed by CC Attribution ShareAlike 4.0 International. After the interest my last post generated, I thought I would dwell on the topic of authority a little longer. Most non Catholics, when they think of the Catholic Church, immediately conjure up images of the Virgin … More The Pope: More on Authority