Posts tagged "Scripture"
The Elephant and the Lamb: 7 Catholic Quotes on Scripture

The Elephant and the Lamb: 7 Catholic Quotes on Scripture

"Holy Scripture is a stream in which the elephant may swim and the lamb may wade." Pope St. Gregory
Think Like a Catholic: 7 Questions on the Four Laws

Think Like a Catholic: 7 Questions on the Four Laws

"Catholics should not judge nor live their Catholic lives according to modernity, but should judge and live within modernity according to Catholicism."
I STAND WITH THE CATHOLIC CHURCH: 10 Graphics In Defense of the Church

I STAND WITH THE CATHOLIC CHURCH: 10 Graphics In Defense of the Church

An unjust law is no law at all - we will not and cannot not comply.
Tactics: 6 Thoughts on Whether It Is Lawful to Lay Ambushes in War

Tactics: 6 Thoughts on Whether It Is Lawful to Lay Ambushes in War

"Now we are not always bound to do this, since even in the Sacred Doctrine many things have to be concealed, especially from unbelievers, lest they deride it, according to Matthew 7:6: 'Give not that which is holy, to dogs.'
Clerics and War: 6 Thoughts On Whether It Is Lawful for a Priest to Fight

Clerics and War: 6 Thoughts On Whether It Is Lawful for a Priest to Fight

Wherefore it is unbecoming for them to slay or shed blood, and it is more fitting that they should be ready to shed their own blood for Christ, so as to imitate in deed what they portray in their ministry.
13 GK Chesterton Quotes

13 GK Chesterton Quotes

“A good novel tells us the truth about its hero; but a bad novel tells us the truth about its author.”
10 Biblical Reasons Christ Founded the Papacy

10 Biblical Reasons Christ Founded the Papacy

What does the Pope actually do? Wouldn't a Pope hinder my personal relationship with Christ? Why a Pope at all? By Scripture, this list strives to show that the Pope and the Church allow Catholics to simply live according to and love the same Jesus Christ the Apostles knew and loved.
13 Biblical Reasons St. Peter Was the “Prince of the Apostles”

13 Biblical Reasons St. Peter Was the “Prince of the Apostles”

“Prince of the Apostles” means that St. Peter held a certain primacy over the other eleven. Understanding St. Peter’s unique position among the twelve and the unique ministries he exercised lays an excellent groundwork for a discussion of Christ’s founding of the Papacy.