Category Archives: Apologetics

On the Perpetual Virginity of Mary

I covered the Immaculate Conception in a previous blog post, however something I didn’t touch base on is the perpetual virginity of Mary. It’s an interesting topic, one which causes confusion among Catholics and Protestants alike. When I first started … Continue reading

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On the Errors of Sedevacantism

I’ve been debating on if I should post this or not, because sedevacantism is a dangerous thing. “Sedevacantism” is the school of thought that the Chair of Peter is vacant. Basically, sedevacantists believe our current pope (Pope Benedict XVI) is … Continue reading

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On the Woman’s “Right to Choose”: The Philosophical & Psychological Ramifications of Unlimited Choice & Eugenics

There are few common statements I hear from pro-choice folks regarding their side of the abortion debate: 1) It’s a woman’s body, so it’s a woman’s choice. 2) It’s not a “real human”, it’s a “fetus”. 3) “Get out of … Continue reading

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On Marian Devotion & the Immaculate Conception

As Catholics we hold a special place of honour for our Mother, Mary. This can be somewhat confusing to non-Catholics, who have several misconceptions and questions regarding Marian devotions. They question as to why Mary is held in such high … Continue reading

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