The Protestant Mind-set in the Synod
May all the saints who fought against the protestant revolution and its heresies intercede for the hierarchy of our Church so infiltrated by false ideas and mushy thinking.
You can be sure that listening to clerics and laity who spout all kinds of mish-mashed views on doctrine are suffering from mush-brain. Don't let them infect yours.
Read the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the early Church Fathers, Church history, papal encyclicals (not just recent popes!), and trustworthy theologians and Catholic philosophers like Fr. John Hardon, S.J., Fr. William Most, Dietrich von Hildebrand, and the doctors of the Church.
Love the faith enough to study it so you can share it with others. And while you're at it, why not get a group together to join you! Knowledge is power and it will enable you to "be ever ready to explain the reason for the hope within you." 1 Peter 3:15
Pardon me for putting this up here, but I think it ties in with your post.
We have recently published a book on corrective catechesis. It is called, "The Language of Dissent: Answering Those who Distort the Catholic Faith."
See it here: http://www.amazon.com/The-Language-Dissent-Answering-Catholic/dp/1502471922/ref=pd_rhf_gw_p_img_3
Here is the description of the contents:
Kevin Lents, author of The Language of Dissent, does a tremendous job in answering those who distort the Catholic faith. In The Language of Dissent, Mr. Lents takes up issues such as:
+Jesus did not know He was God.
+There are errors and contradictions in the Bible.
+Adam and Eve are merely legends and myth.
+Jesus really did not multiply the fishes and loaves.
+The Catholic Church no longer teaches the doctrines of purgatory and Indulgences.
+We do not know if Jesus actually performed any miracles.
Donna Steichen wrote the foreword!
I've lost your email otherwise I would have sent it to you privately.
God love you and please know I view your blog daily.
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