Early Evidence for the Eucharist

Did the early Church believe in the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist? What early evidence supports this? Also, if transubstantiation is based on Aristotelian categories that weren’t brought into Christianity until the 12th century, how can the doctrine be biblical or historical? Hear it all HERE!

Why Shouldn’t We Call Abortion “Murder”?

Introduction On April 12, 2018, FemCatholic posted an article titled “Why We Shouldn’t Call Women Who’ve Had Abortions ‘Murderers’.” It has numerous good points regarding rhetoric and strategy, and includes several key distinctions that need to be well thought out before use of the term “murder” is employed in the abortion debate. However, it also…

Soon We Celebrate X Mass!

Keeping the Christ in Xmas Have you ever wondered where the idea of the “Xmas” abbreviation comes from? Is it just the secular world trying to rid the culture of Christ? Maybe sometimes – but it might not be as nefarious as all that. As most Catholics are aware, “Christmas” itself is an abbreviation for…

Critical Notes on the NABRE’s Critical Notes

Introduction In an earlier post I made mention of some issues I have with the notes in the New American Bible Revised Edition (NABRE) translation of the Bible but did not go into much detail. Although the translation is fairly good overall, its notes are problematic for traditional Christians. These notes unfortunately reflect modern critical theories…