Articles by: David L. Gray
Please pray for my daughter Daeleon who will be getting Baptized and Confirmed into the Catholic Church this Easter. I'll finally have a family member to share the faith with! She has chosen Blessed Teresa of Calcutta as her Confirmation-name, which is really cool because a book about Mother Teresa is the first book about a saint I ever gave her to read when she was 13. She used it to wrote a book report in 8th Grade.

This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics
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This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics

April 11, 2014 – This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics features the best articles from around the internet concerning faith proposals and defenses of the Catholicism from Friday of the previous week through Thursday of the current week.

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Fatal Errors with Sola Scriptura’s “God Breathed” Argument
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Fatal Errors with Sola Scriptura’s “God Breathed” Argument

So not only does theopneustos cause problem for Protestants understanding of Divine revelation, but once this word is opened up and tested against their claim, sola-scriptura becomes a house of cards on a very windy day. – See more at: http://catholiclane.com/fatal-errors-with-sola-scripturas-god-breathed-argument/#sthash.nhu8xkGo.dpuf

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A Comment on Argentina’s Uncharitable Baptism
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A Comment on Argentina’s Uncharitable Baptism

From canon law, to doctrine, to just basic common sense – no conditions were in place here to offer surety that Baptizing Umma was an act of love.

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A Fresh Perspective on the Resurrection of Lazarus
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A Fresh Perspective on the Resurrection of Lazarus

This Sunday’s Mass for the Fifth Sunday in Lent is another occasion where get to hear the story about when Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead (Cf. John 11:1-45).

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This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics
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This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics

April 4, 2014 – This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics features the best articles from around the internet concerning faith proposals and defenses of the Catholicism from Friday of the previous week through Thursday of the current week.

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Why I’m Going Back to the Protestant Church
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Why I’m Going Back to the Protestant Church

I know many of you will be disappointed, upset, shocked, and wonder why. Well, the truth of the matter is that the reason is simple. I’m going back to a much simpler time in my life, when I only had to worry about understanding sixty-six books of the Bible and two Sacraments.

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Jesus’ Teaching on the Condition of Sin
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Jesus’ Teaching on the Condition of Sin

The disciples represent a type of people and their agenda, that when they encounter suffering all they want to talk about is ‘who sinned’, ‘who lost’, and ‘who’s at fault’. Inasmuch as this was fair question, being that at that time there was a belief that sickness and disability was always the fruit of sin of the individual or their parents (Cf. Job’s Friends), Jesus’ agenda is always about truth; He’ll use this moment to broaden categories of sin and to offer healing and enlightenment.

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This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics
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This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics

March 28, 2014 – This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics features the best articles from around the internet concerning faith proposals and defenses of the Catholicism from Friday of the previous week through Thursday of the current week.

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Conscious Uncoupling? Just More Redefinition of Marriage!
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Conscious Uncoupling? Just More Redefinition of Marriage!

Yet, what is new and what is marginally surprising is how Paltrow has attempted to justify why she and her husband will no longer be married, but will continue to live together and raise their children under the same roof.

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Open Letter to Pope Francis: Help, We Pray, Speak Clearly!
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Open Letter to Pope Francis: Help, We Pray, Speak Clearly!

David L. Gray P.O. Box 94 Warren, Ohio 44484 His Holiness, Pope Francis Apostolic Palace 00120 Vatican City Dear Pope Francis: SUBJECT: THE SERPENT WHISPERS YOUR WORDS TO EVE I’d like to thank you for cooperating with God in responding to your call to the […]

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Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord
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Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord

The Virgin Mary, the Mother of God, is our perfect example in sacred Scripture of someone who was ‘In Place’ in the Circle of Grace; meaning that she was where we was supposed to be and doing the things that she was supposed to be doing. And because she was ‘In Place’, she was in the best spiritual position to easily discern the next calling that God had for her life.

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A Fresh Perspective on the Woman at Jacob’s Well
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A Fresh Perspective on the Woman at Jacob’s Well

The call of this Gospel Reading is a simple one. Christ Jesus is the fulfillment all that is good and true. In Him we have found more than we could possible desire for ourselves, and in us we He has found the people He wants to give all that He to give.

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This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics
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This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics

March 21, 2014 – This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics features the best articles from around the internet concerning faith proposals and defenses of the Catholicism from Friday of the previous week through Thursday of the current week.

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