Full question by Anonymous:
Why haven’t you addressed the epidemic of pedophilia inside the Catholic Church? Including the cover up at the highest levels. Many priests are pedophiles, how can you be a member of such an organization?
This question comes as one of the many anonymous comments and emails I receive from people with an axe to grind with the Catholic Church. What I posted above is a sanitized paraphrasing of the most recent one (the actual comment was far too vulgar and inflammatory to republish), but this charge of rampant pedophilia against the church is so common, and at the same time so blatantly false, that I felt compelled to take a moment and address it. Continue reading “Question; What About The Priest Scandal?”
By Charles Johnston:
Gideon is a well known person from the Bible, not so much for his own exploits, but because of the Gideon’s International. If that name sounds familiar it’s probably because you’ve seen it printed on the front of a Bible inside a hotel nightstand. Continue reading “The Story of Salvation; Gideon “
Greater love has no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.
Continue reading “Saint Maximilian Kolbe Podcast”
By Charles Johnston:
I’ve been asked many times about my conversion, what made me dissatisfied with the status quo in the churches I attended, what convinced me that the claims the Catholic Church made were true, what was the final “push” to jump into the current and swim the Tiber river?
I’ve answered each one to whoever asked, but I’ve never sat down and gave a “defense for the hope that is in me” (1 Peter 3:15), until now.
If you are interested in hearing the whole story, you can find it on the website for the Coming Home Network at this link Conversion Story
Full question from Grace Cooke:
As Protestant converts to Catholicism what about our Protestant parents or family members who died in a Believing relationship with Jesus? Are they in purgatory? Should we have a Mass offered for them? Continue reading “Question; Protestants and Purgatory”
As part of our ongoing series on saints, in this episode, Pamela and I discuss Saint Peter. Saint Peter was a fisherman, a loyal friend, a devout follower of Christ, the Prince of the Apostles, and the first Pope.
Continue reading “Saint Peter Podcast”
Full question by James:
What is "actual Christianity?" Who are you to question someone's faith? At some point your position is "my interpretation of the Bible and the Old Testament is right and theirs is wrong."
Continue reading “Question; Who Decides?”