Did Jesus Raise Himself from the Dead?

February 14, 2015

Today I received an e-mail with this question: The other night, in one of the RCIA session for which I am responsible, we looked at Who Is Jesus? In that video, some thing was said that struck a very wrong cord. It said that “Jesus raised himself from the dead.” I had never heard that [...]

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Muslim Converts to Christianity on Journey Home

February 13, 2015

Many people think that Muslims are impossible to convert to Catholicism – not so. Daniel Ali proves this incorrect. In fact, there are droves of Muslims converting to Christianity.  Not only is this a good conversion story, but it also will help you understand Islam – which is forcing itself on the West whether we [...]

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Protestant Heaven vs. Catholic Heaven – Simpson Style

February 13, 2015

This got a chuckle out of me so I thought you might like it to. In a dream Marge sees Bart and Homer convert to the Catholic Church and go to Catholic heaven, leaving her behind in Protestant heaven, to her chagrin. Click here.

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Tears Singing Good Ole Baptist Hymns

February 10, 2015

The old Baptist hymns still stir me and bring tears to my eyes. They take me back to my childhood when the family would dress up, us kids in our little suits with cheesy ties and short-legged pants. Dad would always give us candy during the service and put his arm around us while tickling [...]

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Desire of the Everlasting Hills

February 9, 2015

If you haven’t watched this 1 hour video yet, do so. A good friend told me about it at a men’s conference this weekend where I was speaking. Janet and I turned it on tonight and were captivated. If you want to understand the homosexual lifestyle, the sadness and emptiness it brings — this is [...]

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Two Priests Comment on the Holy Land – and what it meant to them

February 8, 2015

These priests experienced the Holy Land for the first time in December. They traveled with us and brought great joy and fun to the whole group. They were devout, serious and holy, yet they were fun, laughing, full of stories, played cards until the lights went out and bonded with the group like affectionate brothers. [...]

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We Want to Crush ISIS, but why the Silence about their Counterparts Boko Haram in Nigeria?

February 6, 2015

Today we were informed that the ISIS beasts are raping, torturing and marrying young girls of 10 – 12 years old – among many other atrocities. They are also slaughtering Christians and burning churches. They need to be destroyed. But the same thing is happening in Nigeria and the Christians are suffering in exactly the [...]

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What Grandkids Do at Night

February 6, 2015

Caught them!  Our grandkids prowling around at night. My son Jesse had his camera ready! This is 2 1/2 year-old Joey and his 1 year old brother Johnny. The expression on little Johnny’s face as he looks – up watching his brother from inside the fridge is just too cute!  

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Responding to Protestant Objections to Mary, Ark of the New Covenant

February 6, 2015

A while ago I wrote a somewhat comprehensive article on Mary as the Ark of the New Covenant and then a follow up with Quotes from the Fathers of the Church. Recently a Protestant seminarian wrote an email with objections to my article.  My good friend Gary Michuta, a class act apologist, did me the [...]

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Karl Keating Steps Down at Catholic Answers

February 3, 2015

This is good news for Catholic Answers and will open up a lot of new possibilities. Christopher Check is now President — a good move. You can read the official announcement here: http://www.catholic.com/news/catholic-answers-names-new-president

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Fr. Good’s Thoughts on Christmas in the Holy Land with our Footprints of God Pilgrimages

February 3, 2015

This was an unsolicited letter from our chaplain over the Christmas pilgrimage to the Holy Land. Enjoy!

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Needed: A New Church Policy toward Islam (Pt. 1)

February 3, 2015

By WILLIAM KILPATRICK In a speech to Egypt’s top Islamic authorities (see YouTube video below), President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi called for a “religious revolution.” Why? Because he believes that Islam has problems: “That corpus of texts and ideas that we have sacralized over the centuries … is antagonizing the entire world.” He continued: “Is it possible that 1.6 [...]

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My Friend from Istanbul becomes a Christian!

February 1, 2015

Okan and I have worked together for 15 years with filming projects, pilgrimages and more in Turkey. He was born and raised in Turkey which is 99.9% Muslim.  Over the years I kept telling Okan, “Some day you will be a Christian.” In November 2014 while in Turkey on our St. Paul Mediterranean Cruise, Okan [...]

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Questions I Answered for 2 Hours on Catholic Answers Live with Non-Catholics

January 28, 2015

 I took my own hour and filled in for Jimmy Akin for the 2nd hour — taking questions from Non-Catholic for two hours on Catholic Answers Live.  First Hour: First hour listen on on line here: http://www.catholic.com/audio-player/27630 For podcasts, click here: http://www.catholic.com/radio/shows/open-forum-for-non-catholics-27630  Second Hour: Second hour listen on line here: http://www.catholic.com/audio-player/27631   Podcast here: http://www.catholic.com/radio/shows/open-forum-for-non-catholics-27631#  QUESTIONS I [...]

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Talk on Overview of Salvation History (with pictures) Tonight at St. Irenaeus in Michigan

January 25, 2015

In Rochester Hills I will be giving a talk I usually give overlooking Jerusalem from the south. I tell the story of salvation history from Adam and Eve until today, emphasizing the life of Christ. It is great to see the whole story right before your eyes! Tom Govern has joined up multiple times on [...]

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Great New Didache Bible from Ignatius Press

January 24, 2015

The Didache Bible Is Here, By Dr. Jeff Mirus This Bible uses the Second Edition of the Catholic Edition of the Revised Standard Version, widely regarded as the best translation available today. This means it was last revised according to the principles promulgated in Liturgiam Authenticam in 2001. The printing is well done—clean, clear and easy to [...]

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