• What Is Truth and What is Truth?
    The question “What is truth?” has been asked throughout the centuries and continues to be. However, from a Christian point of view, “the truth” can be looked at in different ways.     The truth can be seen in the most general definition as a proposition (proposes a state of affairs about the universe usually […]
  • On The Nature of True Liberty (16-18)
    It's been while since an installment of the famous encyclical by Leo XIII “Libertas Praestantissimum. You will remember that the Pontiff was talking about the difference between human reason and eternal reason and the problem with holding human reason as the sole orbiter of truth rather than a tool to discover. The lower must be […]
  • Secularism On The Rise In US: 15% to 20%
    It’s old news that secular society is growing and religion is shrinking both in Europe and the United States. But just in case you didn’t believe what you hear or see on the street, take a look at this new survey: Growing Number Of Americans Have No Religious Identity WASHINGTON D.C., October 9 (CNA/EWTN News) […]
  • Bringing Catholic Back-Church Militant
    Battle for the Core highly supports and identifies with this video as it doesn't support this idea that Christ calls the meek to be weak: Those who say that the Church should not be triumphant sometimes know what they are talking about, but most of the time they don't. The statement “Triumphaism is wrong” is […]
  • Tip of the Iceberg CNA Article on Science and Faith
    How do we know there is no contradiction between biology and belief in God? Certainly not by the methods of science. Its called logic… Scientists: No Contradiction Between Evolutionary Biology And Belief In God RIMINI, ITALY, August 24 (CNA) .- Evolutionary biology and faith in God are not incompatible, two professors asserted at the international […]
  • Fidelity in Higher Education
    The head of the supreme tribunal in Rome, Cardinal Raymond Burke, has stated that students of Catholic universities have the right to know which of their teachers have signed the oath of fidelity to the Church's teaching. It's a shame this has to be done, but when you get professors saying things like this this […]
  • Prayer composed by John Carroll, Archbishop of Baltimore, in 1791 (Repost)
    Prayer for Government We pray, Thee O Almighty and Eternal God! Who through Jesus Christ hast revealed Thy glory to all nations, to preserve the works of Thy mercy, that Thy Church, being spread through the whole world, may continue with unchanging faith in the confession of Thy Name. We pray Thee, who alone art […]
  • Important: Humanists Want Monopoly on the Word: “Reason”
    I've decided that I will start an organization here in Chicago that will promote….Veracity and Correctness! This organization will hand out flyers to people on the importance of being Correct in what you say and organize events to criticize those who aren't Correct as not belonging to the organization I just started!  Well, this simple branding and […]
  • OOHH THE LAWD ALMIGHTY
    That is how humanists tend to view religious people…at least in America. 
  • UPDATED: Jesuit(s): If Georgetown Is Not Pruned, It Becomes an Obstacle
    This is a topic which has come up very much lately with the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru and Georgetown and will continue to come up. The Jesuit priest, Fr. Robert John Araujo, SJ, a graduate of Georgetown University and, the John Courtney Murray Professor at Loyola University Chicago School of Law. had the following to say on his blog: …. […]