Category: Articles

The Primacy of the Pope in the Early Church
January 18, 2013

The Pope and the Patriarchs by Father Southwell
The Primacy of the Pope in the Early Church
Editors Remarks:
It is often times asserted that their is very little evidence in the Early Church for the Primacy of the Pope and his universal jurisdiction.…

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The Desert Fathers: Audiobooks, Sayings, Articles
November 25, 2012

What can we Learn from the Desert Fathers today?
We can learn what the Apostle of Rome learned. St Philip lived over 1000 years from the time of St Anthony the Great and St Paul of Thebes, yet in his cassock he always carried a copy of the writings of the Desert Fathers.[2] St Philip Neri, shortly before the feast of Pentecost, received the Holy Ghost in a superabundance (as a globe of fire) that enlarged his heart so much it physically broke his ribs and as his ribs healed to account for his oversized heart they formed a permanent arch.[1]
We can say that the Desert Fathers were an example to this great Saint whose heart literally burned with love for Jesus.…

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St. Kateri Tekakwitha Quotes
November 5, 2012

St. Kateri Tekakwitha was a Mohawk convert to Catholicism. Her natural disposition inclined her to be shy and to not speak much. She was instructed in her Catechism orally, with pictures and with hymns as most of the Indians were at that time.  …

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Saint Kateri Tekakwitha: The Lily at the Foot of the Cross
October 5, 2012



In a few weeks on October 21, 2012, Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha will be canonized. What will the world say when she is canonized? If current articles on her are any indication, she is “known for” teaching children and caring for the sick, and that she had a streak of feminism in her [2].

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