The influence of Thomas Aquinas


In this radio broadcast former Roman Catholic Priest Richard Bennett, discusses the influence of Thomas Aquinas, the forerunner to Liberation Theology and its eventual manifestation in modern socialism. Starts at the  :27 minute mark.
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Catholic Political Coercion Through Civil Law

Catholic Political Coercion is what the Catholic Church thrived on for many years throughout the Middle Ages. Although her methods have changed, her goals have never changed. Her ability to grow in strength and numbers was and still is in proportion to her legal agreements (concordants) with other nations throughout the world. This video with Read More

The Counter Reformation and the Jesuit Order


Ignatius of Loyola founded the  Roman Catholic Jesuit order in 1530 as a means of countering the work of God in the reformation. One of their first acts of terror was carrying out the  Gunpowder Plot of 1605. The purpose of the plot was to blow up the English parliament taking out the protestant government to include King James I.  Soon after this plot was foiled, the Jesuits began the infiltration of the largest protestant church, the Anglican Church also known as the Church of England. The Jesuits systematically began to destroy the works of the reformation and to cloud the identity of the Papacy which was clearly revealed by the reformers as The Antichrist of scripture. This was accomplished by the introduction of the Jesuit doctrine known as futurism which proclaimed that the Antichrist is not present but will arrive a future point in time. This doctrine eventually became known as dispensational theology  now widely accepted by present day Evangelicals.
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The Cunning Genius of the Vatican Papal System

As the history of the structure of the Catholic Church is alarming, an exposure of its system is essential. Biblical and historical analysis of the Papal system is required so that its influence can be prevented. In dealing with Papal Rome, it is utterly important to remember that “those who do not learn from history Read More
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Pope Francis Shows His True Colors

Cardinal Bergoglio, once elected, chose the name Pope Francis in honor of St. Francis of Assisi. St. Francis was known to be a softhearted lover of nature. Accordingly, Pope Francis cleverly implied that he would be similarly unassuming, kind, and harmless. On the other hand, from his first speech and his subsequent presentations, he has Read More
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Liberation Theology Infused in Western Thinking

By Richard Bennett Latin American liberation theology has been a movement linked with the Roman Catholic Church.  This is only the tip of the iceberg! The principles that it proclaims plague Western society.  The welfare states in the USA and Europe are just different expressions of the same Catholic mentality seen in official statements of Read More

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Romanizing America through Illegal Immigration

“These . . . confessed that they were strangers and pilgrims on the earth.” Hebrews 11:13 By Pastor Ralph Ovadal, April 10, 2006 A shortened, edited version of this article appeared in the British Church Newspaper, May 12, 2006. In recent weeks, the advocates of the “rights” of illegal Mexican immigrants, accompanied by and even Read More

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Has the Church of Rome Changed?

By Richard Bennett Many Evangelicals will tell you, “The Catholic Church has changed.”  This is because the Catholic Church has enticed Evangelicals—calling them “separated brethren” and dialoguing with them as if the Catholic Church respected their beliefs. Quite a number of people who call themselves Evangelical accept as fact that Papal Rome has changed and are Read More

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Vatican Prepares to Control Through Civil Law

Dear Friend, In mid the nineteenth century, Lord Acton one of the greatest Roman Catholic historians of described the Papacy as “the fiend skulking behind the Crucifix.”[1]  Acton, famous for his saying, “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely,” clearly pinpointed Papal Rome as the academic and legal cause of the more than Read More

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Catholic Infiltration of the Charismatic Movement

By Richard Bennett The Catholic Charismatic Movement began in 1967 in the USA and since then it has spread to all nations where the Catholic Church exists.  Pope Paul VI, Pope John Paul II, and the present pope, Pope Benedict XVI, have all acknowledged it.  Pope John Paul II even delcared that the movement was Read More