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Yesterday, a Priest – Today, a Missionary

Dario A. Santamaria I was born in Belle, Antiequio, Colombia, on June 22, 1942. I first went to school in the Institute Manuel Jose Caicido taught by the Christian Brothers, an order whose work is teaching children. Here I studied six years. After this, I studied in the school of the Salesian Fathers for five Read More

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The Woman at the Well

Rocio Pestana Segovia The youngest in a family of four brothers and four sisters, I am a Spaniard who was born in Madrid. My family was profoundly involved in the Roman Catholic Church. One of my aunts, Maria Josefa Segovia, was the co-founder of a secular religious order, the Institucion Teresiana,dedicated to education. My Early Read More

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Praise or Analysis of Pope Francis in the USA?

Dear Friend As you study the facts of the case, decide if there should be “Praise or Analysis of Pope Francis while in the USA?” In the article below, we give you the documented facts of the visit and of the Roman Church itself the Pope is meant to lead.  Kindly forward the article to others Read More

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Falling In Love with the Biblical Jesus

Stan Weber What could change the faith of a Catholic from birth (and former altar boy) in his 38th year?  The answer is the grace and power of God and His Word, the Holy Scriptures!  Once a fiercely independent electrical engineer, successful businessman, married fifteen years with two children, I had gotten myself into financial Read More

The Christian Legacy of the Czech Republic


The history and heritage of the Czech Republic as told by one of their own, Milos Solc. This little nation for many years contended single-handed against the Papacy the numerous armies and various nationalities. Such a conflict the Bohemians never could have sustained but for their true faith in God.
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All I Wanted Was to Know Jesus

Karlene Lynn A few months before she went to be with her Savior, in May of 1995, Karlene Lynn wrote her testimony.  Pastor Mike Gendron led her to the Lord, baptized, instructed her in the Christian life, and buried her.  Karlene died just eighteen months after receiving the gift of salvation.  She had been a Read More

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Eternal Life in Christ or Despair in Roman Catholic Purgatory?

By Richard Bennett and Stuart Quint The Roman Catholic Church spells out its teaching on life after death with the heading “The Final Purification, or Purgatory”: “All who die in God’s grace and friendship, but still imperfectly purified, are indeed assured of their eternal salvation; but after death they undergo purification, so as to achieve Read More

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Marian Apparitions in Lourdes, France: A Descent into Darkness

Dear Friend, Approximately six million people a year visit the shrine at Lourdes where Mary is venerated.  The celebrations of the 150th anniversary of the claimed apparitions of Mary at the site took place there in September 2008.  The climax of the festivities was the Pope’s presence to worship Mary and honor the young peasant Read More

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The Pope Teaches Counterfeit of the True Biblical Trinity

The Pope’s visit to Australia for World Youth Day 2008 was highlighted with his arrival aboard a luxury motor yacht in Sydney Harbor, an indigenous dance welcome, and well into the night the flames of countless torches borne aloft by young people.  Benedict XVI gave passing attention to his own political problems with an appropriately Read More