Open disobedience of pro-LGBT RC clergy follows 50 years of not preaching the gospel

May 8, 2021 by

by Gabrielle Kuby, LifeSite: The rebellion of hundreds of priests and theologians against the Responsum from the Congregation of Faith concerning the blessing of homosexual couples may be a watershed, at least for the Catholic Church in Germany. There is a saying: “When the cat is away, the mice will play.” The problem is that the waterfall of the Holy Spirit within the Church from Jesus to the Apostles to the Holy Father to the bishops to the priests to the laity is seriously and...

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6 Ways to Weed Out Wolves

May 7, 2021 by

by Costi Hinn, For the Gospel: The greatest threat to the church is not the blowing winds of culture from the outside, but false teachers who infiltrate from the inside. Those who look like sheep but are wolves. Those posing as shepherds but are charlatans. These false teachers will most certainly be conduits of cultural ideologies, while at the same time, spewing licentious lies and exploiting people with their greed. I Know, You Don’t Want to Talk About False Teachers. Talking about...

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Revisionist Episcopalians trash churches they leave behind

May 3, 2021 by

by David Virtue, Virtueonline: Orthodox Anglicans clean and leave the keys under the door. Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s “beloved community” followers need to act as beloved community believers when they leave their parishes behind in lost court fights. They don’t. In truth they behave like pagans, non-Christians. They act spitefully out of anger, trashing and plundering whatever they can, ere they leave, stripping churches to the bare walls, hoping perhaps that no...

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Please don’t abuse abuse

Apr 29, 2021 by

by Martin Davie: Back in the mid 1980s, when I was a Post Graduate student at Oxford, I attended a fascinating talk by John Wolffe, now a Professor at the Open University, on his doctoral research on anti-Catholicism in Britain in the middle years of the nineteenth century.[1] Among other things he introduced his audience on that occasion to a now largely forgotten sub-genre of Victorian literature, the anti-Catholic novel. He explained that books had been written with titles such as Griselda...

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NY Nuns quit TEC for ACNA

Apr 28, 2021 by

from Anglican Ink: On Monday, April12, 2021, the American Sisters of the Community of St. Mary, Eastern Province, in consultation with their African Sisters, voted to leave the Episcopal Church (TEC), entering the Diocese of the Living Word in the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) under the authority of the Rt. Rev’d Julian Dobbs, Bishop. The canons of the Episcopal Church (Title III, Canon 14) stipulate that recognized Episcopal Religious Orders are neither parishes nor an adjunct of...

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Can there be ‘good disagreement’ in the Church of England?

Mar 15, 2021 by

by Ben John, Christian Concern: The Wilberforce Academy’s Ben John reflects on the recent Jesmond Conference, a conference for Anglicans which aims to ‘stimulate discussion’ on British society through a Biblical lens. The theme of this year’s Jesmond Conference was “Good Disagreement?” in light of the Living in Love and Faith resources published by the Church of England. David Holloway, Vicar at Jesmond Parish Church, gave four short talks detailing different considerations we need to...

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