Friday, September 28, 2007

Questions I Answered on Catholic Answers Live

by Steve Ray on September 28, 2007

Here are the questions I answered on Catholic Answers Live on September 28. One lady asked me why the Greek "Kyrie" is retained in the Latin Mass. My answer was "I don't have a clue, but will look it up and post it on my blog. I posted the question on my Discussion Forum and here are a few of the responses. Click here to read them.

1) In the early Church there were many divisions. There was no "Roman Catholic" Church, only catholic and apostolic churches. Could an ecumenical council bring unity back to Christianity?
2) How are the Church Fathers taught in Protestant seminaries and universities?
3) Have you been to the catacombs and what impact did it have on your life?
4) Why is the Greek "Kyrie" still in the Latin Mass?
5) How can Protestants and others ignore the overwhelming Catholic element in the early Church?
6) A Baptist asked "Why did the Catholic Church incorporate so many pagan elements? How can you justify that?

The RealAudio link is here, here to listen, or here for podcasts and other means of listening.

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Free Timeline of the 1st Century

by Steve Ray on September 28, 2007

Timeline.jpgAs promised on Catholic Answers Live hosted by Stephanie Wood on EWTN Radio, here is the Timeline of First Century Christianity.

I created the Timeline to help my students understand their heritage as Catholics. It shows the key events that took place in the first Christian century. Understand your history!

Click here or on the image to right and download and print the PDF file.

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Walk Where Jesus Walked

by Steve Ray on September 28, 2007

Brochure.jpgJoin us in the Holy Land this November. Click on the brochure for more information, or visit our pilgrimage site here.

Join other excited Catholics from Catholic Scripture Study. Open to the public.

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“Defending Life” by new Catholic “Revert” Dr. Francis Beckwith

September 28, 2007

 Defending Life: A Moral and Legal Case Against Abortion Choice, by Francis J. Beckwith  (Cambridge, 312 pp., $22.99)  Review by RYAN T. ANDERSON "Supreme Court Settles Abortion Issue”: So declared the New York Times the day after the Court’s Roe v. Wade decision. But as the past 34 years have shown, there is no question less settled in American public life […]

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