The Soul of a Priest – Leo Lehmann

I was born in 1895 in Dublin. I have no joyous memories of my boyhood years. A sense of constant fear overshadowed everything. Fear is bound up with every act of religion with the priest…whether confession, attendance at Sunday Mass, what to eat on fasting days and days of abstinence, hell, heaven, purgatory, or death and the judgment of Read More
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Shortcomings of the Roman Catholic Apologetic Method

by Matthew Cserhati Introduction When confronting another religion, Christianity seeks to vindicate its world- and life view over and against the other religion. Either the entire system of the Christian theistic worldview is true, or it is not. It is not just possibly or probably true, not even just the most probable worldview among many. Read More

True Gospel in the Context of My Own Testimony – Richard M. Bennett

It is unscriptural to think that salvation begins by Christ first coming into the sinful heart of a man. It is essential to understand that natural man is totally deficient in and of himself. It is not that he is merely weak and needs stimulation; spiritually he is dead. In the words of the Apostle, “And you hath He Read More
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The Wolves of Rome Prey Even Upon the Children

By Richard Bennett and Stuart Quint “But whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea.”[1] “Or do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the Read More

Once a Jesuit, Now a Child of God – Bob Bush

I finally realized after much conviction of the Holy Spirit that not giving myself totally to Him, one hundred percent, was grieving my Lord, as I was sinning a sin of compromise. I also came to realize that the Roman Catholic Church cannot change. If it did change, there would be no Pope, no rosary, no purgatory, no priests, Read More

Pilgrimage From Rome – Bartholomew F. Brewer

I truly believed that God had called me to serve Him. An ethical dilemma was staring me in the face. What was I to do? Yes, there were priests who did not believe all the dogmas of Rome. Yes there were priests who secretly had wives and families. Yes, I could remain a Catholic Chaplain and continue serving without Read More
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Evangelicals and Catholics Together…ECT

By Richard Bennett Die-hard positions on certain fundamental issues have not changed in literally the last thousand years.  According to the teaching authority of the Roman Catholic Church, the final authority is the Pope and papal authority.  In the Roman Catholic system, a person puportedly saved by grace plus one’s own good works, plus one’s Read More

I Was Not Antagonistic To The Truth – Bruno Bottesin

At last I thought I had found the right place for my ministry. I was a teacher in the seminary, pastor of a good parish, and had gained the favor of the Bishop. I organized a very fine Action Group. I worked day and night for my people with great zeal, but very soon I began to realize that Read More

My Encounter With God – Guido Scalzi

I returned to the monastery and began to read the Holy Bible in Italian. For my spirit and soul, it was like a fountain of water for someone that thirsts and sight for the blind. Each page brought new surprises and new light, like opened windows to the walls of a prison. Is it possible? Read More