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Michael Lofton covers an article written by Archbishop Naumann of Kansas City on Cardinal McElroy, Cardinal Hollerich and the German bishops on the topic of radical inclusivism. He then covers a video by Rev. Calvin Robinson’s speech on radical inclusivism at Oxford. Read more
What is the relationship between Catholicism and other cultures and religions? Can the Catholic Church use elements from pagan ceremonies for Christian worship? Michael answers these questions, and many others, in his presentation on Catholicism and other cultures! Read more
Dr. Matthew Levering makes his debut on Reason & Theology with an interview on his book Newman on Doctrinal Corruption. He covers what doctrinal corruption is, how Newman fought against it, and how doctrinal corruption is still a threat today. Read more
Many people are disturbed by Christianity’s historical appropriation of elements from paganism, but Luis Dizon explains the principles behind this concept, while examining instances of Old Testament appropriations and parallels with paganism. Read more
Michael Lofton covers the most recent developments with the German synodal way, Pope Francis’ comments on retiring, Bishop Paprocki’s essay against heretical cardinals, Fr. James Martin on communion and the death penalty, and AG Merrick Garland at the Senate Judiciary Committee. Read more
Fr. Alan returns to R&T to discuss the doctrine of limbo and how it is reconcilable with the post-conciliar view on the fate of unbaptized infants. He also speaks about the hope we can have for the admission of unbaptized infants into heaven. Read more
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The Catholic Church is supposed to be the witness to Christ’s teaching. Yet, it seems like many in the Church are more concerned with what the world thinks of them.
This undermines the trust of many faithful Catholics, who expect the Church to be a beacon of truth, goodness and beauty in these tumultuous times.
Some Catholics are tempted to leave the Church. Others have already left. If you fall into either of these categories (or know someone who is), then you’ll want to check out this FREE eBook “Church Chaos: Biblical Insights for Confused Catholics.”
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