There is no Salvation Outside the Catholic Church

There is no Salvation Outside the Catholic Church by Fr. Arnold Damen S.J., 1877 He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved, but he that believeth not shall be condemned."--Mark XVI. chap, and 16 verse. My dearly beloved Christians, on Thursday evening last, from these words of our Divine Saviour I proved to you … Continue reading There is no Salvation Outside the Catholic Church

Refuting the Protestant Errors of Private Interpretation of Holy Scripture by Fr. Joseph Di Bruno, D.D, 1895

The Holy Scriptures are the Word of God. This I will assume as admitted by Protestants generally. But it is clear that if the Scriptures are wrongly interpreted, they become the word of man. For, as the Protestant Bishop Walton says: "The Word of God does not consist in mere letters, whether written or printed, … Continue reading Refuting the Protestant Errors of Private Interpretation of Holy Scripture by Fr. Joseph Di Bruno, D.D, 1895

Tradition, the Unwritten Word of God by Fr. Joseph Faa di Bruno

Besides the written Word of God, Catholics believe also in the unwritten Word, called in Holy Scripture The Word of God spoken (Acts i v. 31). The Word of Faith preached (Romans x. 8). The Gospel heard and preached (Colossians i. 23). The Word of God received, heard, believed (1 Thessalonians ii. 13). The Word … Continue reading Tradition, the Unwritten Word of God by Fr. Joseph Faa di Bruno

Sister Mary of the Holy Trinity, the Forgotten Saint

Sister Mary of the Holy Trinity (Louisa Jaques) was born in 1901 in Pretoria, Transvaal to French-Swiss Protestant parents. Her mother died while giving birth to her. Her father, who was a Protestant missionary, took her back to Switzerland with her two elder sisters, and there they were brought up by her Aunt, whom she … Continue reading Sister Mary of the Holy Trinity, the Forgotten Saint

Sister Consolata Betrone, the Little Soul

Sister Consolata Betrone was born in Saluzzo, Italy on April 6, 1903, and was named Pierina Lorenzina Giovanna Betrone. She was the daughter of Pietro Betrone and Giuseppina Nirino, who were the owners of a bakery in Saluzzo, who later became managers of a restaurant in Airasco (Turin). Pierina was the second of six daughters … Continue reading Sister Consolata Betrone, the Little Soul

Gabrielle Bossis, the Forgotten Saint

Gabrielle Bossis (1874-1950) was a Catholic Mystic and layperson who lived in France in the 20th century. Born in Nantes, France in 1874, she was the youngest child of a family of four children. As a child in a well to do family, she was taught and raised in proper social graces and etiquette, and … Continue reading Gabrielle Bossis, the Forgotten Saint