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How to debunk the Vatican’s Catholicism in a couple of tweets

On Twitter, a certain @johnamonaco—who is self-described as “Doctoral student in theology, seeking the true, good, and beautiful”—twetted, “Starting her off early” and posted a photo of the book “Fundamentals of Catholic Dogma.” I replied, “Here’s another for her” and posted a photo of my book “In Consideration of Catholic Doctrines, Traditions and Dogmas.” @johnamonaco …

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Catholic mystic Anne Catherine Emmerich on giants and fallen Angles

Anne Catherine Emmerich, known as “Venerable” and/or “Blessed,” was a Roman Catholic nun, supposed mystic, who allegedly experienced stigmata, was either practiced Mariology or Maryolatry, etc. In Life of Jesus Christ, Vol. 1, Section 5 she stated: I saw that Cain conceived on Mount Olivet the design to murder Abel. After the deed, he wandered …

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New book “In Consideration of Catholic Doctrines, Traditions and Dogmas”

My new book “In Consideration of Catholic Doctrines, Traditions and Dogmas” is now available in paperback and Kindle ebook versions, be sure to see here first for my special offer to save you some money. Topics covered include a background of Catholic Church history, Mariology, apparitions, Purgatory, Eucharist, confession, intercession, the apocrypha, the papacy, statuary, …

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VIDEO: Bishop Strossmayer speech to the 1870 AD Vatican Council

Bishop Josip Juraj Strossmayer’s speech to the 1870 AD Vatican Council followed by some of my own statements. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ A plea: I have to pay for server usage and have made all content on this website free and always will. I support my family on one income and do research, writing, videos, etc. as a …

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Roman Catholic Maryology: Mary in Roman Catholicism, part 10 – Sinless?

At a glance: If Mary was sinless, she could have been the ultimate sacrifice and truly our savior. Yet, Mary in her humility declared God to be her savior, she knew the true state of her soul. Again the Catholic apologist come to the rescue of un-Biblical teachings but these semantic loopholes do not suffice, …

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Roman Catholic Maryology: Mary in Roman Catholicism, part 8 – Immaculately Conceived?

At a glance: If Mary was truly born without sin and never sinned (as we discussed in the article Sinless?) she could have been the Savior, the true Redeemer, the spotless lamb of God. However, we will see that the Catholic Church seeks by technicalities to make Mary both sinless and in need of a …

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Roman Catholic Church: Our Lady of Guadalupe – Officially or Unofficially the Goddess of the Americas?

I ran across a very interesting, refreshingly honest and theologically bankrupt story about a December 15, 2009 AD art exhibit about “Our Lady of Guadalupe” which the article also calls “the Virgin of Guadalupe.” (Dan Mayfield, “Beyond Faith – Feast, exhibit celebrate the Virgin of Guadalupe, and icon of the Americas who transcends religion,” Albuquerque …

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