Category Archives: Catholic

How to Read Your Way to Heaven?

Advertising claims can be quite sensational, but I’ve never heard one quite like this. I came across this ad for a brand new book that promises instant access to heaven IF you’ll only read the book, titled, How to Read … Continue reading

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Greg Laurie, Calvary Chapel, and New Catholic National Shrine for Marian Apparitions

If it seems like we’re “hitting hard” on Calvary Chapels and Pastor Greg Laurie, I can assure readers that we’re not out to attack anyone. But Laurie’s actions as of late have crossed over from mildly concerning to five-alarm status. … Continue reading

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Vallotton buys into Pope’s call to unify protestants with Rome

To say Kris Vallotton was impressed with his recent meeting with Pope Francis is a lame understatement. With stars in his eyes, Bethel Redding’s second in command and co-founder of the Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry, Vallotton took to his blog to rave about the Pope’s call to unity, and to scold any hater that objected.

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Betrayed with a kiss: Azusa Now’s One World Religion

A kiss is just a kiss? Not when it betrays the Lord Jesus Christ.  It’s been six weeks since I posted: Azusa Redux: Lou Engle, Greg Laurie uniting denominations? That’s a question that was resoundingly affirmed by Lou Engle in … Continue reading

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Pope to celebrate 500-year Reformation birthday with World Lutheran Federation

Pope Francis will participate in a joint ceremony of the Catholic Church and the World Lutheran Federation to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, Interesting timing: It takes place in Sweden on Halloween.

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Pope’s new book doubles down on gay stance

The new quotes effectively repeat what is often described as Francis’ shift in “tone” regarding LGBT issues. The pontiff has never contradicted the Catholic Church’s official opposition to LGBT relationships, which describes same-sex “inclinations” as “objectively disordered.”

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Transgendered Catholic meets Pope at the White House

Did you ever imagine a headline like this? The celebration of sin at our own White House, with our president and the so-called “Holy Father” is stunning to those of us who know what the Bible teaches. See Marsha West’s … Continue reading

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Transgendered Catholic meets Pope at the White House

Did you ever imagine a headline like this? The celebration of sin at our own White House, with our president and the so-called “Holy Father” is stunning to those of us who know what the Bible teaches. See Marsha West’s … Continue reading

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Willow Creek’s “The Practice” blends New Age & Catholic mysticism

A Catholic priest and a New Ager walk into Willow Creek… No, it’s not a joke waiting for a punchline. It’s an experiment called The Practice, and it’s the brainchild of Pastor Bill Hybels’ son-in-law, Aaron Niequist. Niequist is also … Continue reading

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Reports: Pope blesses lesbian authors for their “excellent Christian values”

Pope Francis has reportedly pronounced two “married” womenfruitful, with excellent Christian values. Lesbian author Francesca Pardi, who writes and publishes books such as “Why you have two mummies“, wrote to Pope Francis after the publishing company she runs with her … Continue reading

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