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The origins and existence of Our Lady of Guadalupe are shrouded in great mystery. Given the years of scientific study devoted to the Image, it should now be clear to anyone with an open mind that it is the handiwork of God Himself.
Guadalupe's Acheiropoietos - Page 1 (PDF)
Guadalupe's Acheiropoietos - Page 2 (PDF)
Guadalupe's Acheiropoietos - Page 3 (PDF)
Guadalupe's Acheiropoietos - Page 4 (PDF)
Guadalupe's Acheiropoietos - Page 5 (PDF)
(All above linked pages republished with permission from Love One Another Magazine)
Father Carlos Martins has, in the words of one nun, "a most unusual kind of ministry". You see, Fr. Martins collects pieces of dead people for a living. He is a relic collector for the Catholic Church. I've known of Fr. Martins through his association with the Companions of the Cross, but I never knew he had this most amazing ministry until March, 2008 when I had the good pleasure of attending one of his relic presentations at my local parish. He brought about 150 of his 900 piece collection with him, too. In this article,, he provides a brief explanation of the Catholic teaching on relics and shares some of his incredible personal journey of where the relics have led him.
The universal and generally received truth is that the mainstream media cannot be trusted. They can't be trusted to provide a credible and truthful account of reality, even more so when that reality concerns religion. Love One Another provides another example of the glossing-over of another proof of Christianity's claims – The Shroud of Manoppello or "Veronica's Veil" (as it is also called).
Mark Bonocore cuts down liberal academia's pretensions about Mary's virginity by defending the traditional Catholic view of this ancient doctrine. Mark proposes new insights for the Catholic Apologetics community which will serve the Church's apologia for the semper virgo.
One of the verifiable and genuine signs that God's blessing is with the Catholic Faith is the overwhelming evidence of miracles wrought by God through His Saints. In this examination, Fr.Piotrowski of Love One Another magazine recounts some of that evidence in detail.
Mark Bonocore provides a cogent and strong biblical and patristic case for Mary's perpetual virginity. Read how he pieces together various biblical passages to show how the Catholic dogma on Mary is the truth.
Throughout the centuries, the saints and their miracles have witnessed to the authenticity of the Catholic Faith. After all the theological and apologetical banter is finished, it's time to "show us the money". When that time comes, it is the Catholic Church that has the treasures of eternal life. Read one convert's testimony on how St. Cuthbert brought him into the fullness of the truth.
Art Sippo offers his review of Mel Gibson's film from a Marian perspective. The film was, after all, laced with Marian themes and motifs that no Catholic could really miss. Art offers some of his insights on some of these Marian influences.
Frank Jerry provides a concise explanation of the Catholic teaching on the Assumption of Mary, providing Scriptural support that this dogma does not, as some Protestants allege, contradict the Scriptures.
Dr. Paul Owen offers our viewers an excellent reminder of the constant Christian witness to Mary's perpetual virginity. He also touches on something that has intrinsic value in itself: virginity.
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Just in time for Halloween, staff apologist, John Pacheco, offers this biblical defense for the Catholic doctrine of praying to the saints in heaven. Before speaking to our Protestant brethren about the Blessed Mother, it's a good idea to first use this doctrine as a foundation.
As many people are already aware, a recent archeological discovery, confirmed by the Biblical Archeological Review, has confirmed the inscription outside an ancient ossuary (an ancient limestone box containing the bones of a deceased person) which reads: "James, son of Joseph, brother of Jesus", and further that this particular ossuary may indeed refer to the New Testament James who is also called "brother of Jesus". Now, for some strange reason, our Protestant friends are just buzzing with euphoria about the possible implications this has to Mary's perpetual virginity, but our Director John Pacheco sees no reason for them to get so excited about it, and pulls the plug on the party. In this short article, you can learn how he does it.
Catholic doctrines are intrinsically linked together so that an attack on one is attack on the other, and in the strength of one is found the strength of another. In a simple chart, staff apologist John Pacheco shows the relationship between the Eucharist and Mary.
Catholic Apologist Chris Muha has challenged Eric Svendsen's misapplication of the Catholic teaching of Mary being the Spouse of the Holy Spirit. Read how Chris adeptly turns the tables on Mr. Svendsen.
A rebuttal of Eric Svendsen's arguments against Mary's perpetual virginity. Has Svendsen been careless in his research or has he purposely misled people? Read this comprehensive rebuttal and then say a prayer for Svendsen.
James White never seems to let up his attack on Our Lady. Well, his latest work isn't too much to get excited about, unless, of course, you are a Catholic Apologist eager to expose the flawed reasoning and poor exegesis. See how John easily puts down the arguments presented.