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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

The validity of Protestant baptisms

A while back I wrote two articles on the validity of Protestant baptisms. The first of these wound up being cross-posted at Called to Communion and generated some controversy even among Catholics, which (to be honest) was disappointing. Now I

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Posted in Baptism, Protestantism, Saints, Unitatis Redintegratio

Notes on Trent and Florence

Inspired by the remarks of an anti-Catholic, who offers a snippet from the Council of Florence’s Cantate Domino, an opinion about Trent, and an erroneous conclusion that it is somehow impossible for a Catholic to call him a brother in

Posted in Cantate Domino, Council of Florence, Exultate Deo, Protestantism, Unitatis Redintegratio, Vatican II

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