Category Archives: Catholic Identity

“Put No Trust in Princes”

Put no trust in princes, in children of Adam powerless to   save. Who breathing his last, returns to the earth; that day all his planning comes to nothing.Psalm 146:3-4 There is a lot of post election blues and even some … Continue reading

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To Vote or not to Vote, that is the Question.

As someone who identifies as “simply Catholic”, this election year is a real dilemma. On the one hand we have the President who is a cheerleader for abortion, has a disregard for freedom of religion, and has expanded the power … Continue reading

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The Catholic Church of Saints and Sinners

Fr. Dwight Longenecker loves the Catholic Church, and I love his post. That is why I am posting the whole thing. “What I love about the Catholic Church is that it’s history reads like the Old Testament, and that feels … Continue reading

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We Are Catholic Hear Us Roar

Marcel over at Aggie Catholics, lists five things to know about the Catholic Church:  1. It isn’t what you think it is. Catholicism isn’t just a set of doctrines or a hierarchy of clergy. Catholicism isn’t just a moral code … Continue reading

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You Can’t Be More Catholic than the Pope

Erin Manning, aka Red Cardigan, has a post up on over zealous Catholics.  True confession: I am a former member of the The Truly True Secret Catholic Preservation Society. There was a reason that a spiritual director reminded me that … Continue reading

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On Being an Authentic Christian Witness

There is much to munch on in a post entitled, Father Corapi and Authentic Christian Witness, by Anthony S. Layne on Outside the Asylum. Excerpt: So it is with authentic Christian witness. Ideally, a Christian properly formed and catechized isn’t … Continue reading

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Are Catholics Chicken or Something?

Jimmy Akin, over at the National Catholic Register, wonders if Catholics are a bunch of wimps. He had an encounter with an evangelical acquaintance who was concerned that Catholic Jimmy was not saved. Excerpt I hope we can chat again … Continue reading

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