Tag: mariology

Can Anybody Hear Me?

I’ve been debating with a Protestant (we’ll call him Joe) on the issue of praying to the Mary and the Saints. He posed an interesting question that I’m not sure how to answer. Here’s the whole exchange. Me: "…the praying to Mary bit is not worship, so it is not idolatry. It’s like asking a …

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Our Lady of the Parkway

Most of the content in Pittsburgh City Paper is a bit raw, but this article is interesting and respectful. Mass Transit My office looks out over I-376 to the hill next to Bates Street. During the winter, I noticed wooden crosses and a white sculpture that looked like the Virgin Mary on the hillside. What …

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Islam and Christianity

Mark Shea posted the following nugget of wisdom from Archbishop Fulton Sheen. I don’t know much about the former, but I’m liking the latter each time I hear about him. 🙂 Fulton Sheen on What Catholics (Should) Know About Reaching Muslims “We Catholics have a weapon in the war on terror that is a million …

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Hat Trick

Here are three nice articles from the Archdiocese of Denver. Thanks for all the help, you religious folks – now pipe down Why faith is, and belongs, at the center of the public square "Every election year the Church lives through the same strange drama: Catholics speak their faith, and the world tells them to …

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