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.

The Apostasy of New Evangelicals


A person calling himself Evangelical is professing to be committed to the Gospel of Christ as proclaimed in Scripture. The true Gospel demands separation from all who teach another Gospel. As the Apostle declared, “But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel unto you than that which we have preached unto you, let him be accursed. As we said before, so say I now again, if any man preach any other gospel unto you than that ye have received, let him be accursed.

From Truth to Tradition


Richard Bennett uncovers the history of the modern ecumenical movement with an emphasis on the ECT document, (Evangelical and Catholics Together). Revealing just why Evangelicals must understand Catholicism and its differences.

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 in turn is influenced and pervaded by an adulterated theology. This approach to the Bible is obviously wrong since the Word of God cannot be linked to or influenced by any human philosophy or doctrine (see Colossians 2:8, II Timothy 2:9).

The Mystic Plague


Candles, crucifixes and confusion invading modern Evangelical churches. Listen as Richard Bennett traces the modern emergent church movement  back to the ecumenical plans set forth in the Second Vatican council in the early 1960’s.

Witnessing to a Catholic 


Richard Bennett, a Catholic priest of 22 years explains some of the joys and difficulties in reaching Roman Catholic  people with the Lords love.

Papal Rome and the European Union


The Vatican has been the most powerful institution in Europe, and although its influence declined at the time of the Reformation, it has made a significant recovery in the past two centuries. The Protestant nations of Europe that were religiously, politically and economically freed from a totalitarian Roman Church seem now to be blindly returning to her yoke.

The Biblical Mary and the Mary of Catholic Tradition

The Roman Catholic church manufactures an unbiblical characterization of the birth mother of Jesus. The Mary of Catholicism is in direct contrast and seeks to mimic and mock the office of Christ Jesus. Rome teaches that just as Christ was sinless, so was Mary.  Just as grace comes from Christ, so Mary is the mother of grace.  Just as the Lord saves His people from their sins, so Mary is the cause of salvation.  The Bible clearly states that there is only one mediator for mankind; amazingly the Catechism of the Catholic Church teaches that Mary is a mediator.  This excellent presentation also exposes the unifying worship of Mary  with Islam.

When Protestants Protested

A good sermon giving a background of historical principles to which the church stood firm on.

Slovakia and the Political Influence of the Catholic Church

Since the legal agreement, know as a concordat, between the Vatican and Slovakia in the year 2000, there have been serious problems for believers in Slovakia. In this interview with Richard Bennett, Jan Sichula, and Ivan Hlavanda, Slovakians explain what has happened, the repercussions, and what true believers in different nations should do in similar circumstances.