The History of the Papacy Part II

What had looked like a mortal wound to Papal power took place in 1798.  A general of Napoleon’s army entered the Vatican, removing Pope Pius VI from his throne.  With that, the Papacy lost its basis as a civil power. From the year 1846 Pope Pius IX, not having territorial or civil power, sought to Read More
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Mysticism in the Emerging Church Matches Roman Catholicism

Find out the Connections between the mysticism of the Emerging Church movement and Roman Catholic Mysticism. Are they the same. Is there a common source or is Emerging Church just drawing from Catholicism or is it possibly a branch of Catholicism? See the facts and quotes as Richard Bennett, a former Catholic Priest, reveals the Read More

The influence of Thomas Aquinas

In this radio broadcast former Roman Catholic Priest Richard Bennett, discusses the influence of Thomas Aquinas, the forerunner to Liberation Theology and its eventual manifestation in modern socialism. Starts at the  :27 minute mark. PlayStop X MP3jPLAYLISTS.MI_1 = [ { name: "The influence of Thomas Aquinas", formats: ["mp3"], mp3: "aHR0cHM6Ly8wMmQ3Y2RiLm5ldHNvbGhvc3QuY29tL2JlcmVhbmJlYWNvbi9hcmNoaXZlcy9hdWRpby9hdWRpby9UaG9tYXNfQXF1aW5hc19pbmZsdWVuY2UubXAz", counterpart:"", artist: "", image: "true", Read More
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Is the Pope the antiChrist?

That a power claiming to act for God, yet flouting His truth and mocking His very Holiness, defies imagination. Nonetheless, fraud and false pretenses have ruled the world for ages, from the very same seven-hilled city where Pope Francis now reigns.

The Papal Claim to Have the Keys of the Apostle Peter

Pastor W. J. Mencarow, along with Richard Bennett, clearly documents the historical facts behind the Papal power pretensions. The Lord clearly stated that upon His divinity as "the Son of the living God," and His role as the Messiah He is, in fact, the Rock on which His Church is built.  Nonetheless, the Papacy declares Read More

The real Saint Patrick

Patrick, like so many of the godly men of history, found God’s favor in the riches of the grace of Christ.  This was the theme echoing throughout the testimony of Patrick, in his own words “I am greatly God’s debtor, because he granted me so much grace.” A stark contrast to the Roman Catholic captivity Read More

Upon this Rock

For most Catholics, the authority of the Pope, as derived from Peter, is the main cornerstone of their faith.  For the others, it is the lifesaver to fall back on when all else fails. The Petrine primacy of the Pope is an historic holdover from the false Decretals of Constantine and Isidore.  Nonetheless, the Papacy is Read More
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Catholic Political Coercion Through Civil Law

Catholic Political Coercion is what the Catholic Church thrived on for many years throughout the Middle Ages. Although her methods have changed, her goals have never changed. Her ability to grow in strength and numbers was and still is in proportion to her legal agreements (concordants) with other nations throughout the world. This video with Read More

Recent History of the Papal Church

What had looked like a mortal wound to Papal power took place in 1798.42 A general of Napo- leon’s army entered the Vatican, removing Pope Pius VI from his throne. With that, the Papacy lost its basis as a civil power. From the year 1846 Pope Pius IX, not having territorial or civil power, sought Read More
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Two Former Priests Analyze Catholicism

In the interview, former priest Henry Nowakowski's discusses his life dedicated to the Catholic priesthood. Henry's seminary training and experience reveals much of the heart of Papal Rome. Very informative also was their joint analysis of the Vatican Council II. The high-point of the interview was Henry Nowakowski's analyses of the contrast of God's sovereignty Read More