Where is Trinity in the Bible?

Where is Trinity in the Bible? “… and in a loud voice they cried out, saying, ‘Salvation [belongs] to our God who is seated on the throne, and to the Lamb [our salvation is the Trinity’s to give, and to God the Trinity we owe our deliverance].’” — Revelation 7:10 (Amplified Bible) Advertisements

COMMUNION BY TONGUE WHILE KNEELING

The most ancient practice of distributing Holy Communion was, with all probability, to give Communion to the faithful in the palm of the hand. The history of the liturgy, however, makes clear that rather early on a process took place to change this practice. From the time of the Fathers of the Church, a tendency…

DOES THE POPE CREATE SAINTS?

The Holy Catholic Church has always been accused of creating saints when she, through the Pope, is infallibly canonizing holy man and/or woman who are believed to be in Heaven enjoying the beatific vision of God. For the anti-Catholics, the Church has no authority to create saints since the Holy Bible is clear that those…

Where and How Did Cain Get His Wife in Genesis?

  QUESTION: “Good day! Please I need clarification on something about the bible. God created Adam and Eve, and then they gave birth to Cane who killed his brother Abel, and went to the land of wandering then found a wife. Now my question is HOW??? I mean what family does the wife belong to?”…

Abandoning Christ: The Forgotten Sins of Heresy, Apostasy, and Schism

“Heresy,” “apostasy,” “schism.” Do these words seem foreign to you? They may seem antiquated and medieval; like they represent something the Church used to be, but has long since abandoned. If that’s what you think, you may be surprised to learn that all three are officially recognized and defined in both the current Catechism and the Code…

INTRODUCTION TO THE GREAT FEAST OF CHRIST THE KING

Christ the King Sunday celebrates the divine dominion and authority of Jesus Christ as King of kings and Lord of lords (cf. Revelation 19:16). The great feast is officially called “The Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe” and is commonly known as the “Feast of Christ the King” which is annually observed…

THE EARLY CHRISTIANS ON SACRED RELICS

The practice of venerating the sacred remains of the holy men and women of Christian faith has originated since the earliest times of Christianity, i.e. from the apistolic times (cf. Matthew 9:20-22; Acts 5:14-16; Acts 19:11-12). The Holy Catholic Church has indeed preserved this Holy Tradition with the belief that God could undoubtedly work miracles…

Christian unity is only possible when the heretics and apostates are willing to retract their errors and submit themselves back to the pastoral care of the bishop of Rome.

THE BIBLICAL TRUTH OF THE VENERATION OF SACRED RELICS

In association to the Holy Catholic Church’s doctrines on intercession of saints and veneration of images, the Church remains to be attacked by the minions of darkness through her practice of venerating the sacred relics of saints. The heretic Martin Luther once wrote that “It is claimed that the head of St. John the Baptist is…

HOW CAN THE SAINTS HEAR THE PRAYERS OF THE FAITHFUL?

Critics reject the Catholic doctrine of praying to the saints as they claimed that if the saints could hear the prayers of those who are still on earth then that would indicate that they too are omniscent like God Himself. They further propose that the departed are neither aware of the prayers of the faithful…