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  • R&T 4 Year Anniversary Chill Stream

    R&T 4 Year Anniversary Chill Stream

    R&T celebrates 4 years of production with a chill stream and R&T trivia! Read more

  • Can a Pope Be a Heretic

    Can a Pope Be a Heretic

    Michael examines the various opinions on whether a pope can be a heretic and also considers the question in relation to his magisterial teachings. He also engages the book on this topic by Arnaldo Xavier da Silveira. Read more

  • Are We Catholics the Pharisees Condemned by Jesus?

    Are We Catholics the Pharisees Condemned by Jesus?

    Us Catholics have often been called Pharisees, by both Protestants and even other Catholics alike. Is there truth to this claim? You might be shocked to find out the answer after considering the parable of the Good Samaritan in Luke 10:25-37. Read more

  • PAVONE: It’s Possible I Missed Laicization Notice

    PAVONE: It’s Possible I Missed Laicization Notice

    The other side of the story comes out as the Diocese of Amarillo states they notified Pavone of his laicization, contrary to what Pavone claimed. Pavone digs a deeper hole for himself by dropping the bombshell that he forbade his bishop (Zurek) to communicate with him. Read more

  • Priestly Advice to Confused Catholics w/ Fr. Eric Gilbaugh

    Priestly Advice to Confused Catholics w/ Fr. Eric Gilbaugh

    Fr. Erick Gilbaugh makes his debut on R&T to offer advice to Catholics who are confused and/or hurt by problems within the Catholic Church. Read more

  • How Could the Early Church Be Against Icons?

    How Could the Early Church Be Against Icons?

    How can some of the early Christians oppose the veneration of icons when the Catholic Church defines the veneration of icons as dogmatic and apostolic in nature? Michael considers the hierarchy of truths and the development of doctrine to answer this question. Read more

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