When My Parents Divorced, I Had to Choose Between Them!

When my parents divorced, I had to choose between them, but it’s not what you think! Please allow me the chance to explain. Many years ago, my father and mother were married and loved each other. Through the years, their love for one another manifested in the conception of several children, of which I am […]

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Orthodoxy and Women; Moscow Schism; Vatican II & Nicaea

Michael Lofton discusses Eastern Orthodoxy and its relation to women in the liturgy, especially deaconesses. He addresses the schism between Moscow and Constantinople in Eastern Orthodoxy and also shows some similarities between the ambiguities of Vatican II with Nicaea. He then takes live questions on a wide rang of questions.

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Fr. Christiaan Kappes – The Companion Qu’rans

#islam #apologetics #catholic

Michael Lofton, William Albrecht and Erick Ybarra discuss The Companion Qu’rans in the Islamic tradition and the impact they have on the reliability of the transmission of the Qu’ran today.

Rev. Dr. Christiaan Kappes is the Academic Dean of Ss. Cyril and Methodius Byzantine Catholic Seminary in Pittsburgh, PA. He also has taught and teaches graduate and undergraduate theology at other institutions in the USA and internationally. He graduated with a doctorate in Liturgy (liturgiology) from Sant’Anselmo in Rome and recently defended his PhD at Thessalonik, Greece in Orthodoox theology under Archbishop Elpidoforos of American on the Essence-Energies distinction in Palamas, Gennadios Scholarios, and the Latin tradition. His most recent book is The Epiclesis Debate at the Council of Florence (ND Press, 2019) and his forthcoming title will be on Gennadios Scholarios and the Essence-Energies distinction at the Theological School of Chalki belonging to the Ecumenical Patriarchate.

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Fr. David Sherry on the Society of Saint Pius X

#catholic #sspx #lefebvre SSPX priest Fr. David Sherry speaks with R&T about the SSPX. Discussion topics will include the following: 1. What is the SSPX 2. Who was Lefebvre 3. Was he guilty of a schismatic act when he ordained 4 bishops or was it necessary due to a state of emergency? 4. Does the Vatican […]

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Missa Sicca: A Mass for the Laity at Home

Since many people may not be able to attend Mass, I decided to repost a Missa Sicca that I put together in 2015 for Church Militant. It should be used by the head of the household as a private devotional or a substitute when unable to attend Mass. In case you are not familiar with the […]

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