Roman Catholic Priests

  • The Catholic Challenge: A Question of Conscience, by Thomas W. Rezanka
    Why is the Catholic Church losing its popularity? What troubles are riddled through-out the church? Is there hope for Godís first church to find its way back into public favor despite the shame and disgrace of the recent child molestation discoveries? In his frank and blunt confrontation directed at the priests, the author tells all. Rezanka talks openly about both the internal problems of the Catholic Church, as well as the external problems. He approaches the topics of married priests and man Read More...
  • Women as Catholic Priests: The Time for Change is Now
    In ancient Rome, the cradle of democracy, women had no rights. Their place was in the home under the custody and control of the master of the house, which would often be the husband or father. Her job was to take care of the house and family. She had no vote, could not govern, nor even conduct her own affairs without the oversight of a man. These are actions viewed as crude and uncivilized by todayís standards. However, even during these primitive times of democracy women were still allowed to Read More...
  • Sex and Sects
    Christians have historically believed they were not to indulge in sexual intercourse for fear of giving in to the evils of the flesh. In the early days of the church, most leaders were married. Paul counseled that elders must be husbands to only one wife (1 Tim. 3:2), condemning polygamy but permitting marriage. Believing the body was evil, Gnostic's however influenced an increasing movement toward asceticism Throughout the second and third centuries many priests and bishops chose to be unm Read More...
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