Epiousios: The Mysterious Greek Word in the Lord’s Prayer

This post is not the same one I originally intended. Several days ago I thought a nice subject to write about would be the history of the Lord’s Prayer (also known as the “Our Father”). It does have some interesting history, as we can trace its origin directly to scripture in the books of MatthewContinue reading “Epiousios: The Mysterious Greek Word in the Lord’s Prayer”

The Catholic Founding Father

More than 90% of the Founding Fathers of America were Protestant. These “Founding Fathers” are those who did one or more of the following: signed the Declaration of Independence signed the Articles of Confederation attended the Constitutional Convention of 1787 signed the Constitution of the United States of Americ served as Senators in the FirstContinue reading “The Catholic Founding Father”

6 Ways to Pray More in a Busy World

Prayer is a central way for you to grow in your faith. But in the 21st century, every day feels like a blur from one thing to the next. You know it’s important to pray every day, but you’re struggling to find a decent moment to pray. Have no fear! Here are 6 simple ways toContinue reading “6 Ways to Pray More in a Busy World”

How Earth is the Battleground Between Heaven and Hell

You know that there is Light and Darkness, Right and Wrong, Happiness and Sadness, Good and Evil. Such ideas can be defined as the lack of the other. Darkness is the absence of Light. Sadness is the absence of Happiness. And, Evil is the lack of Good. But the world we live in consists ofContinue reading “How Earth is the Battleground Between Heaven and Hell”

3 Anti-Catholic Parts in the Pilgrim’s Progress

John Bunyan was the Puritan writer of the famous book The Pilgrim’s Progress (late 1600s). As we all well know, the Puritans (and other Protestants) didn’t get along too well with us Catholics. Though I greatly admire Bunyan’s work and personally enjoyed the read, various parts throughout the Pilgrim’s Progress criticize the Catholic Church (toContinue reading “3 Anti-Catholic Parts in the Pilgrim’s Progress”