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The Aquinas School Of Theology and Philosophy Part 3: Philosophy Curriculum

Oct 17th, 2017 | By

Philosophy is an extremely important discipline that is far too often ignored. In philosophy, we use human reason to answer some of the deepest questions in life. This video will explain to you the philosophy curriculum at the Aquinas School Of Theology and Philosophy.


The Aquinas School Of Theology And Philosophy: Apologetics Curriculum

Oct 13th, 2017 | By

The purpose of apologetics, or as it has been traditionally called fundamental theology, is to show the rationality of believing in the Christian religion. This topic is extremely important, especially in our day when the intellectual foundations of the faith are so commonly challenged. Apologetics is also important for a second reason. Theology, in the

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The Aquinas School Of Philosophy And Theology Part 1: Orientation

Oct 12th, 2017 | By

As numerous popes have said in different ways, the philosophical and theological thought of St. Thomas Aquinas is critical for understanding the truth about higher things. In fact, what many people do not know is that the Church has not only praised and defended the use of scholastic theology and philosophy, but she has also looked

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FOUR REASONS WHY THE STUDY OF PHILOSOPHY IS IMPORTANT

Oct 4th, 2017 | By

We live in an age where many people think that the sciences are the highest academic disciplines one can study. But this has not always been the case. In the ancient world of Greece and Rome for example, the study of philosophy was held in very high esteem. And for good reason! The study of

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45 THEOLOGIANS: POPE FRANCIS’ LETTER POSES “A GRAVE DANGER TO SOULS”

Sep 20th, 2017 | By

“The apostolic exhortation Amoris laetitia, issued by Pope Francis on March 19th 2016 and addressed to bishops, priests, deacons, consecrated persons, Christian married couples, and all the lay faithful, has caused grief and confusion to many Catholics on account of its apparent disagreement with a number of teachings of the Catholic Church on faith and

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POPE FRANCIS HAS CREATED A DISASTER IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCH

Sep 18th, 2017 | By

EWTN’s Raymond Arroyo, canon lawyer Father Gerald Murray, and The Catholic Thing’s Robert Royal presented a somber analysis of the confusion caused by Amoris Laetitia. Arroyo featured Murray and Royal as guests on his EWTN show The World Over, where the three discussed the “odd” move of the pope’s nine advisors pledging their allegiance to

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WHETHER A HERETICAL POPE CAN BE DEPOSED

Sep 15th, 2017 | By

A lot of people mistakenly think that the doctrine of papal infallibility means that a pope can never be a heretic. But that is not true. Briefly, the doctrine of papal infallibility is very limited in scope. Vatican I taught that a pope could not err in his teaching only when certain criteria are met. This

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CATHOLIC LEAGUE STANDS UP FOR OUTSPOKEN ATHEIST ON CRITICIZING ISLAM

Aug 25th, 2017 | By

The liberal double standard between Christianity and Islam is obvious and should be challenged.   A “Must Have” For All Catholics: A Manual Of Catholic Theology: Get the classic: A Manual Of Catholic Theology now with FREE SHIPPING available HERE.


WHY PUBLIC CORRECTION OF CHURCH LEADERS IS NOT ALWAYS SINFUL BUT OBLIGATORY

Aug 21st, 2017 | By

  Is it sinful to correct Church leaders, even publicly? A lot of Catholics seem to hold this view. They think that it is always wrong to publicly criticize a Church leader. However, both St. Thomas Aquinas and Canon law say otherwise! And in this episode of Spiritual Combat, I’ll tell you why. Click the play

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WHY YOU CANNOT LIVE A GOOD LIFE WITHOUT GOD

Aug 7th, 2017 | By

Can you live a good life without God? A lot of secular minded people think they can. In fact, there are many new atheist billboards popping up saying this very thing. But in fact, this is not true. In order for us to live a truly good life, it must BOTH be the case that

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