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The Chair of Pestilence – Reply to Twitter Abuse

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On Good Friday, I defended the Lord Jesus Christ against a blasphemous claim, in a Patheos article, that he was raped and sexually tortured during His Passion and Crucifixion. The suggestion was even made that some of these extreme sexual … Continue reading

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The Patriarch of the Byzantine Catholic Patriarchate excommunicates Pope Francis?

There is a video at a Traditionalist blog claiming that Pope Francis has been excommunicated by “Elijah, Patriarch of the Byzantine Catholic Patriarchate”. Who is this man? According to Wikipedia, he is the first leader, elected in 2011, of: “The … Continue reading

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My Work as a Roman Catholic Theologian

Does Veritatis Gaudium imply that those only among the faithful are theologians who have met all the requirements and received the nihil obstat from the Holy See, as detailed in this new set of rules? No. A theologian is someone … Continue reading

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Wherein Fr. Z. derides and maligns Stephen Walford for defending the Vicar of Christ

Stephen Walford is a devout Roman Catholic and the author of two books so far: Heralds of the Second Coming: Our Lady, the Divine Mercy, and the Popes of the Marian Era from Blessed Pius IX to Benedict XVI and … Continue reading

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When Non-Catholics fail to live up to Catholic Teaching

There is a certain type of Catholic commentary, on the pluralistic and largely secular culture which surrounds us, which evaluates the words and deeds of non-Catholics according to Catholic teaching. Then the commentator rails against these individuals, essentially complaining that … Continue reading

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Fr. Ryan Erlenbush versus Pope John Paul II

The Gospel of Luke tells us that Jesus increased in wisdom and in age (or stature) and in grace with God and men (Luke 2:52; cf. 2:40). Some modern translations use the word ‘favor’ instead of ‘grace’, but the Latin … Continue reading

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