Since it seems 95% of Roman Catholics have not read the actual documents of Vatican 1 to know precisely what the doctrine of papal
Tag : Magisterium
ELMONT, NY – Three Chimneys Farm homebred Royal Approval fought her way to the lead in mid-stretch and held sway to win Sunday’s $100,000 Matron
Today I will cover the popular mythologies surrounding Vatican 2 and its status, contrasted with previous Catholic “dogma” and teaching.
The term “Magisterium” is a relatively new term that became prevalent in the past few generations of Church history. Before this, there was a
Liberals and Modernists of every stripe attempt to defend their own identity as Catholics by an appeal to infallibility. This appeal is not an effort
This is the second of two related articles on whether doctrine can change. In the second, we explore doctrine in the broad sense, as “Church
This is the first of two related articles on whether doctrine can change. In the first, we examine doctrine from the strict point of view, side by
We have heard it all before. “The Second Vatican Council was not the problem; the problem was the ‘Spirit of Vatican II.’ The documents
Somewhere between Norway and the North Pole, in a remote, permafrost-covered area of the Arctic called Svalbard, lies a vault. Named the “Global
The Secret Commonwealth, by Philip Pullman – The second in the Book of Dust series, the prequel/sequels to His Dark Materials, it takes place some
Note from the Editors: The arguments contained in the following are not necessarily the position of 1P5. However, we believe that what you will read
We see in the Latin liturgical tradition an interesting thing: with the major feast on June 29 as well as the minor feasts, both apostles are always
Over the years, many people have written to me for advice about attending Mass when their local situation is deplorably bad. The most common scenario
The Five “Ds” of Catholic Thinking by David Currie – A necessary excursus before moving forward with discussions of Marian (and other) Dogmatic Catholic Teaching.
Being a Roman Catholic is, shall we say, a “package deal.” It is hard sometimes (even for life-long Catholics) to know what is optional and