How The Church Has Changed The World, Two False Arguments For God’s Existence, And More Links!

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How the Church Has Changed the World: Be Not Afraid – Anthony M. Esolen, Ph.D., at Catholic Education Resource Center +1

Two False Arguments for God’s Existence – Bob Drury at Catholic Stand +1

Hollywood’s Rich Portrait of Priestly Ordinations in 'The Cardinal' Film – Fr. Allan J. McDonald at Southern Orders

Most ‘Praise & Worship’ Music is Not Suitable for Mass – Gene Van Son at Catholic Stand

Did Jesus Rename Simon the “Rock”, Confusion with Petra, Cephas, Rock, & Peter – Steve Ray at Defenders of the Catholic Faith

Via, Veritas, Vita (The Way, the Truth, & the Life) – Fr. Gerald Musa at Ignitum Today

Why We Can’t Do Evil Even If Good May Come – Bishop Robert E. Barron, S.T.D., at Word on Fire

Want More Great News Links?  Click Here! - Tito Edwards at Big Pulpit

Fr. Barker on How Anglicans Got a Catholic Ordinariate – Christopher Mahon at Anglicanorum Cœtibus Society Blog

Did You Know? The History Behind Mary Gardens – Billy Ryan at uCatholic

Author: Dorothy Day’s Faithful Orthodoxy Too Often Overlooked – Carl E. Olson at The Catholic World Report

A Model Roman Altar – Shawn R. Tribe at Liturgical Arts Journal

Cremation or In-Ground Burial – Ralph Hathaway at Catholic365

Laughing at the Microbe – Sean Fitzpatrick at Crisis Magazine

The Truth About Social Media – Scott P. Richert at Our Sunday Visitor

Turkey’s Christian “Doctor of the Poor” Succumbs to Coronavirus – John Burger at Aleteia

Pakistan’s “Dirty Job” Workers (Only Christians) at High Risk of Covid-19 – Robin Gomes at Vatican News

A Bishop’s Resignation & the State of Church Reform – Christopher Altieri at Catholic Herald

Michelangelo, “The Last Judgment,” 1536-1541

Dare We Admit That Not All Will Be Saved?

“To die in mortal sin without repenting and accepting God’s merciful love means remaining separated from him forever by our own free choice. This state of definitive self-exclusion from communion with God and the blessed is called ‘hell.’” (CCC 1033)

Michelangelo, “The Last Judgment,” 1536-1541

Dare We Admit That Not All Will Be Saved?

“To die in mortal sin without repenting and accepting God’s merciful love means remaining separated from him forever by our own free choice. This state of definitive self-exclusion from communion with God and the blessed is called ‘hell.’” (CCC 1033)