Revival in times of decay

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Is John Paul II Blessed in the Sight of God?

When Pope John Paul II was alive, he traveled to many different nations of the world receiving a great deal of adulation and veneration. Since his death in 2005, he continued to be adored across the world. Soon, however, the Catholic Church officially designed the religious devotion. From May 1st 2011, the date of his Read More

The Counter Reformation and the Jesuit Order

Ignatius of Loyola founded the  Roman Catholic Jesuit order in 1530 as a means of countering the work of God in the reformation. One of their first acts of terror was carrying out the  Gunpowder Plot of 1605. The purpose of the plot was to blow up the English parliament taking out the protestant government Read More

A Bride of Christ

Former Roman Catholic Nun, Mary Ann Pakiz, had been attracted to the Church thinking that she might best serve the Lord as a bride of Christ. Only to discover abnormal life and lesbianism within the convent.  Some of what Mary Ann has to say is very disturbing but it still must be made open as Read More

Overview of the history of the Papal Church

The Papal Church is a magnificently rich, splendidly housed political and ecclesiastical power headquartered in Rome. It stands in stark contrast to what started there in the first century with pastors ministering to small congregations. The differences are graphic. The early home churches under their pastors looked to the authority of the Word of God Read More

The Papal Claim to Have the Keys of the Apostle Peter

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

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

The History of the Papacy Part I

The spread of the Christian faith during the first three centuries was extensive and rapid.  In the providence of God, the main reasons for this were the fidelity and zeal of the preachers of the Gospel, the heroic deaths of the martyrs, and the translation of the Scriptures into the languages of the Roman world.  Read More

John Knox the Scottish Reformer

A wonderful narration  of the history of John Knox who is considered to be the greatest Reformer in the history of Scotland. John was educated at the University of Glasgow, and ordained as a catholic priest in 1530.  John had been serving as a priest for 10 years when he was converted to biblical Christianity Read More

Identifying the Authentic Early Church

The early Church understood apostolic doctrine as the written Word of the Apostles as it was contained in the Scriptures.  “From the very beginning of the post-apostolic age with the writings of what are known as the Apostolic Fathers (Ignatius, Polycarp, Clement, the Didache, and Barnabas) there was an exclusive appeal to the Scriptures for the Read More