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Can a Catholic be Socialist?

Let’s let the Supreme Pontiff answer: “You are aware indeed, that the goal of this most iniquitous plot is to drive people to overthrow the entire order of human affairs and to draw them over to the wicked theories of… Continue Reading →

And Just Like That, The Unborn Didn’t Have Rights

Journalists’ Response to Trump’s Sh**thole Comment

Catholic Scientists Are Not Impressed

Lay Catholic Scientists

Lay Catholic Scientists – Part 1 from The Catholic Laboratory 1. Catholic Scientists A Collection of Lay Catholic Scientists – Part 1 – © The Catholic Laboratory 2. George Agricola 1494 – 1555 Father of minerology Studied medicine, physics,… Continue Reading →

No Bang in “Gunpowder”

When one thinks of religious persecution, the first thing to come to mind is usually the Inquisition in all of its medieval harshness. One rarely thinks of the equally–if not more brutal protestant renditions, the English persecution in particular. When… Continue Reading →

The Surprising Origin of “The Twelve Days of Christmas” Song

You’re all familiar with the Christmas song, “The Twelve Days of Christmas” I think. To most it’s a delightful nonsense rhyme set to music. But it had a quite serious purpose when it was written. It is a good deal… Continue Reading →

The Road to Heaven Leads Through Hell

When Jesus preached about the coming Kingdom of Heaven,  the people of Israel couldn’t hear the message. They had so deeply rationalized their faith that their hearts turned into dead stones. As Jesus noticed, “You know how to read the… Continue Reading →


Jordan Peterson in his lecture “Introduction to the idea of God” describes Nietzsche’s view on the medieval Europe in the following way: “Nietzsche said that he did not believe that the scientific revolution would have ever got off the ground… Continue Reading →

The Non-Aggressive Church

This year marked the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation, the largest schism in Church history. Of course, in the seemingly, nominally important date of 2017, there was much talk among prominent church members, on both sides of the doctrinal divide,… Continue Reading →

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