CORRECTING THE MISINTERPRETATION ON 2 TIMOTHY 3:16 AND 1 CORINTHIANS 4:6

To accuse the Catholic Church of teaching that are not found in the Holy Bible, anti-Catholic preachers quote 2 Timothy 3:16 that says “All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness …” and 1 Corinthians 4:6 that says “Now, brothers and sisters, I have applied these things to…

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH AND HER HISTORICAL LINK TO CHRIST

When discussing about the history of the Catholic Church, Protestants may be reluctant and skeptic in accepting the details be presented to them if these are coming from Catholic sources. However, can they still refuse the fact if they are cited from non-Catholic and/or public sources? “ROMAN CATHOLICISM. The largest of the Christian denominations is…

IS PRAYING SAME AS WORSHIPPING?

It is not surprising anymore that non-Catholics would accuse any Catholics of idolatry when they see the latter praying to saints before their sacred images as the former equate praying to worshipping. But, is praying worshipping? By etymological definition, Prayer came from the Latin “precari” that means “to ask earnestly, beg, entreat.” Hence, Prayer is…

Is the Sacrament of Confirmation biblical?

Another doctrine of the Catholic Church that is being categorically denied and continuously attacked by the anti-Catholics is the Sacrament of Confirmation. They assert that it does not appear anywhere in the Holy Bible. Although it might appear true that the practice is not similarly termed as such in the Sacred Scriptures but its manner…

SVMMA APOLOGIA ON MOBILE APP

In order for us to continuously defend the Holy Catholic Church in any way, we created this simple mobile app that can be downloaded on your mobile phone so that we can reach you whereever you may be. This mobile app is linked to the website and facebook page. It also contains the complete Holy…

THE EARLY CHRISTIANS ON CONFIRMATION

Accusing the Holy Catholic Church of practicing religious acts that are not of apostolic origin, the sacrament of confirmation is found not exempted from that Protestant belittlement. However, what could the early Christians say about the sacrament of confirmation anyway? Theophilus of Antioch “Are you unwilling to be anointed with the oil of God? It…

MARTIN LUTHER ON PAPACY

Below are the testimonies of Martin Luther on the pastoral authority of the Pope in the Universal Church: “We concede — as we must — that so much of what they say is true: that the papacy has God’s word and the office of the apostles, and that we have received Holy Scriptures, Baptism, the…

34 Common Errors About the Spanish Inquisition | NCR

  The anti-Spanish Black Legend was one of the most successful propaganda campaigns in world history. There are very few tales as tall as the tales told of the Black Legend of the Spanish Inquisition and Catholic Spain. Among the many, many lies of the Black Legend of the Inquisition are:   1. The major…

ISLAM: A RELIGION OF DESTRUCTION AND DECEPTION

  Muslims, the followers of Muhammad, insisted that Islam is indeed a religion of peace which teaches no offensive violence but only provisions of self-defense in times of war. Of course, that is a lie. Their so-called holy book, the Quran, is very much clear on how to please their Allah by neutralizing those who…

THE BIBLICAL ORDER OF THE HOLY MASS

  The New Testament was the Holy Mass for over 300 years before it was a book. You cannot separate the Holy Mass from the New Testament. The Introductory Rites of the Mass Priest: In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit (cf. Mt. 28:19). Congregation: Amen (cf….

Cardinal Responses on the Questions on Liturgy

Wide-ranging questions on the Liturgy were answered by His Eminence Francis Cardinal Arinze, Prefect-Emeritus of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, at a conference in July held at “Catholic Familyland” in Bloomingdale, Ohio as sponsored by the Apostolate for Family Consecration. *** Does everybody have to stand until the last person has…