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How to Pray the Angelus

The Angelus prayer is a traditional Catholic prayer that is recited three times daily, at 6 am, noon, and 6 pm. The Angelus prayer has…

What Does it Mean to be “Born Again”?

Yesterday, I posted a talk on whether we can have assurance of salvation. I spent most of the talk criticizing Protestant attempts to answer that…

What are the Liturgical Hours?

In the Catholic Church, the “Liturgy of the Hours” is a collection of “psalms, hymns and spiritual canticles”, along with prayers and and readings, that…

The One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church

The Catechism of the Catholic Church is arranged in four parts: [1] Profession of Fath (Apostles’ Creed)[2] Celebration of the Christian Mystery (Seven Sacraments)[3] Life…

What Protestants Get Wrong about Catholicism

I’d like to discuss why Protestants believe Catholics are wrong. What do Protestants find false about Catholicism, and why are they incorrect? I believe this…

Are You Praying the Liturgy of the Hours?

Many Catholics are not aware that the Catholic Church has arranged a system of prayers, readings, and songs for all Catholics to recite throughout the…

How to Study the Summa Theologica for Mastery

The Summa Theologica was composed by St. Thomas Aquinas in the mid 13th century, almost 800 years ago. When modern Catholics learn about and attempt…

An Example of Anti-Catholic Jewish Skepticism

Today is Saturday, June 8, and this is William Michael of the Classical Liberal Arts Academy. Recently, I posted a talk on understanding the Trinity.…

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