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What We Can Learn from the Church Scandals

Watch Brian Holdsworth's video about how we should respond to the disappointment that is caused by the scandals and moral failures of our spiritual leaders.

J. R. R. Tolkien’s Lost Prophetic Message on Abuse in the...

Nearly 55 years ago, Tolkien offered a prophetic message on having unwavering belief despite grave scandal in the clergy: a beautiful hymn on the Faith and Eucharist, a sorrowful lament on scandal and sin.

How Much Is the Pope Paid for Being the Pope?

What does the leader of one of the largest organizations on Earth and shepherd to a flock of over one billion faithful make in a year? It might surprise you to learn the salary that comes with the responsibility of being the Supreme Pontiff.
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Does Clericalism Explain Corruption?

At every turn of scandal, authorities, including the Pope, continue to tell us that these are symptoms of clericalism.
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Why Does Good Liturgy Matter?

Does the form of our Liturgy matter? Does it make an impact on the Church, Society, and souls?
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Is The Bible Reliable?

The whole affair is an astonishing revelation of how far our society has fallen from any notion of decency and good-will.
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Basing Identity on Our Desires

If we all have the desire to do the right thing, but aren’t necessarily always willing to, does that mean that our desires to do the right thing translate into high moral inventory?
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A Response To Fr. James Martin

In this video, Brian Holdsworth responds to Fr. Martin and discusses the Catechism, inclusion, and what it really means to be accepted into the Church.
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Comparing Evidence for God vs. Werewolves

Is withholding belief in werewolves the same as withholding belief in God?
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Lent: Why We Fast

We don’t do it because we think that some good thing like food or technology are bad. We do it because we recognize that we are bad and need to overcompensate to become good.

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