Proper Passion: A Lesson from Trent

Unbridled passion may spin out of control and inadvertently frustrate the purpose for which it was intended

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‘Sola Scriptura’ Radicalized and Abandoned

Scripture alone doesn’t mean me alone.

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From Peter to Francis: A Biblically Misguided Route

I don’t question Francis as the leader of the Roman Catholic Church. What I do question is his papal status as Peter’s successor.

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9 Things You Should Know About Holy Week

What you should know about the week leading to Easter.

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Reaching Catholics in Your Community

It is not enough to understand Catholic doctrine; we must also pause to consider assumptions, priorities, attitudes, fears, and common commitments.

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Calvin on Lent and Ministry to Roman Catholics

The influence of Christian virtue on verbal etiquette has delivered us from the violent vituperations of yesteryear.

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9 Things You Should Know About Pope Benedict XVI

Pope Benedict announced he was resigning at the end of the month. Here’s what you should know about the Catholic leader.

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Small Groups That Attract Catholics

Such a hierarchical model of church life undercuts lay-led ministry.

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Lifting Jesus High

How do we affirm and celebrate the fruit of the gospel while simultaneously helping our Catholic friends to capture the Christ-centered biblical vision?

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Freedom-Fighting Catholics

While the antichristian bias of government and media is a formidable challenge to U.S. Catholic Bishops, the more immediate predicament may actually be the lukewarm theology of men and women who identify themselves as Catholic.

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