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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Who Are the Jesuits, and Should You Be Concerned Today?

  By Stuart Quint Rome commemorates the death of  Ignatius of Loyola on July 31 each year.[i]  Loyola was the notorious founder of the Society of Jesus, also known as the “Jesuits”.  While the man died long ago, his movement lives on with its malicious mission nearly 500 years later. The Jesuit agenda has relevance 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

A Monk for Twenty Years and then Born Again – Renato di Lorenzo

I would never have believed that I would leave the Roman Catholic Church, even less the priesthood. If someone had predicted it, I would have thought it impossible. I entered the Salesian Order at the age of fifteen, and in due time, I was ordained to the priesthood. PlayStop X Share on Facebook Share Share Read More

From Death to Life – Carlo Fumagalli

In the Higher Seminary of the Consolata at Turin (as is the case in every other Catholic seminary and college) the study was based on Aristotle’s Greek philosophy that, with theology, was a pre-requisite for all the higher academic grades in Holy Scripture. Roman Catholic theology is thus built up around pagan philosophy. The Bible Read More
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The Catholic Origins Of Protestant Eschatology

by W. J. Mencarow Generally speaking there are four approaches to understanding the scope of the book of Revelation:  Idealism, Futurism, Preterism and Historicism. Two were invented by Roman Catholicism and one of the two is taught by most Protestant churches. Idealism Idealism, also known as the Spiritual approach, “spiritualizes” many, if not most, passages Read More

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“The Comparison Chart” – Thy Word is Truth

A side by side comparison chart using the official 1994 catechism of the Catholic Church and the Bible. The chart highlights 8 major topics of concern and shows the contradictions in Roman Catholic teaching. The article is accompanied with a audio explanation by Richard Bennett.