|Human life must be respected and protected absolutely
from the moment of conception to the moment of death. From
the moment of his existence, a human being must be recognized
as having the rights of a person - among which is the inviolable
right of every innocent being to life. It is morally unacceptable
to put an end to the lives of handicapped, sick, or dying persons.
- 2006 Lenten Apologetics Bible Study Series
- This is a series of presentations given at St. John Bosco Catholic
Church in Woodstock, VA on Tuesday evenings during Lent 2006.
- The Catholic Response to the Mormon Missionaries
- These 8 presentations were given at St. John Bosco Catholic Church
in Woodstock, VA in 2005.
- Is Luisa Piccarreta's "Kingdom of the
Divine Will" Catholic?
- Many good Catholics are being drawn to this appealing movement.
Luisa's writings contain doctrines which appear to be contrary to
the Catholic faith. There are two principle errors which are discussed
here, along with some of the other apparent errors in the writings
of Luisa Piccarreta.
- We All Live in a Binary World
- Have you ever wondered how it all happened and why we are here?
I have, and my view of the world has changed dramatically as I have
started to find answers to these and other questions about the mysteries
- Doctrinal Comparison
- A comparison between the Apostolic teachings, Catholicism, and
- How Old is your Church?
- This is a summary of a selected few denominations, churches, and
religions and when they were founded. If you would like to submit
information pertaining to any of these selections or if you would
like to see one added, please complete our [Feedback] form.
- Two Talks from the Eucharistic Convention 2004
- This is an annual event held in Auckland, New Zealand. View the
text of two talks given by Steve Clifford along with selected pictures
from New Zealand. See http://www.eucharistic-convention.com/
for more information.
- The Four Marks of the Church
- How can we tell which is the Catholic Church and
which churches, such as the Orthodox, Anglicans, Monophysites, Protestants,
and others, have separated themselves from the Mystical Body of
- The Fullness of Truth
- Throughout the past two thousand years of history,
Christianity has been defined by a few basic truths. All who call
themselves Christian have acknowledged these truths as fundamental
to the faith.
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