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That they may be one

I read the high priestly prayer of Jesus this morning, and I was struck by something that maybe I have never noticed before. I remembered that the Lord prays not just for the apostles, but also for those who would

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Posted in Apologetics, Called to Communion, Prayer, Scripture, Unitatis Redintegratio

Externalities

Longtime readers of this blog may possibly have noticed that the argument of my last few posts is really nothing more than an expanded form of the argument I offered in an article I wrote a few years ago: The

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Posted in Apologetics, Called to Communion, Epistemology, Protestantism, Solo Scriptura

Conundrum

Jason explains a few things. Now some other folks have some ’splaining to do. Or at least think about.

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Posted in Apologetics, Called to Communion, Doings on other blogs, Epistemology, Faith, Protestantism, Solo Scriptura

Better late than never

I’m overdue in calling to your attention Joshua Lim’s article at Called to Communion, in which he describes his conversion to the Catholic Church. I commend it to you. Joshua’s story resonates with me in how it parallels my own,

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Called to Communion has Two New Authors

The folks at Called to Communion have added two new authors to their ranks. The first is Mr. Jason Stewart, who with his wife was received into the Church a year ago. You may read his excellent conversion story here.

Posted in Called to Communion, Doings on other blogs

Arguments from Fitness

In the combox for his post at Called to Communion on the dogma of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin, Bryan Cross writes in comment #38: But theologically, who could possibly imagine that the perfect Son of God, and therefore

Posted in Apologetics, Blessed Virgin, Called to Communion, Fides et Ratio
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