Category: Truth

Calumny

The Catholic Catechism is very clear on the sin of Calumny. I will put this hear for all to read. 2477 Respect for the reputation of persons forbids every attitude and word likely to cause them unjust injury. He becomes guilty: – of rash judgment who, even tacitly, assumes as true, without sufficient foundation, the

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A Heroic Priesthood 

Heroic Priesthood On June 21, 2017, with the passing of Monsignor Richard Mouton, we lost a friend, a spiritual guide and a member of our family. More importantly, The Church lost one of Her extraordinary priests. Ordained sixty two years ago, Monsignor was one of the last surviving Second Vatican Council designated experts. Please pray

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What is “mortal sin?”

What is “mortal sin?” With the current buzz about Pope Francis proclaiming certain acts a mortal sin, it may be appropriate to state the Church’s long standing teaching on how to determine if certain acts are a mortal sin.  This post is not about making a statement on the Pope’s moral teaching. Certainly, the items

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Hope in the Storm

Hope in the Storm This time last year I was busily working through the final rewrites and edits of my first book: The Storm: A Time of Mercy, Choices and Hope published by Hope and Life Press (To whom I am no longer affiliated.) To say it has been a whirlwind year would be an understatement. Getting the

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