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Michael Voris: grave errors on salvation theology

This post reviews three videos offered by Michael Voris at ChurchMilitant.com on the topic of salvation. In 2011, Voris was publicly rebuked by the Bishop of the diocese of Scranton, PA for “his extreme positions on other faiths”. His scheduled … Continue reading

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How Michael Voris and his Supporters harm the Church

Michael Voris has decided to take a role teaching his fellow Catholics. In that role as a teacher, he is doing much harm to the souls of the faithful. And many Catholic bloggers, including Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, are committing the … Continue reading

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Fr. Z. versus Michael Voris

Fr. Z. has repeatedly publicly stated his unqualified support for Michael Voris. He frequently promotes Voris’ videos and teachings on his blog. He has traveled to Washington D.C. with Voris. Why does Fr. Z. support and promote the work of … Continue reading

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Michael Voris’ Global Warming Conspiracy Theory

This video is over an hour and 23 minutes in length. It is Michael Voris, in front of a small audience of Catholics, teaching them about a supposed hidden agenda behind climate science. The title is: Global Warming Unmasked: The … Continue reading

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Concerning the teacher of heresy, Michael Voris

UPDATED I have now banned 5 members of my discussion group, for following the teachings of the heretic Michael Voris. The discussion thread that prompted this action is here. A discussion group member (now banned) wrote these words about this … Continue reading

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Michael Voris: summary of doctrinal errors

This post is a summary of the doctrinal errors taught by Michael Voris, as explained at length in several of my previous posts. The Errors of Michael Voris: anti-Judaism at RealCatholicTV – he claims that Judaism is no longer a … Continue reading

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Michael Voris: his senseless rejection of ‘Amazing Grace’

In the video by Michael Voris on the song Amazing Grace, he objects strongly to the use of the word ‘wretch’ in the song. He claims that the use of this term is an expression of Protestant theological errors, incompatible … Continue reading

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Michael Voris: doctrinal errors on grace

Some theologians have a gift for popularizing difficult ideas without over-simplification. Michael Voris is not one of them. In fact, he is not really a theologian at all. He has written and published no books of theology, nor even any … Continue reading

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Michael Voris teaches heresy on the Trinity

I’ve written about Michael Voris previously: The Errors of Michael Voris: distorted doctrine on Hell The Errors of Michael Voris: anti-Judaism at RealCatholicTV His diocese has issued this public statement There are several general problems with the teachings of Michael … Continue reading

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The Errors of Michael Voris: distorted doctrine on Hell

Michael Voris presents an overly-simplified explanation of Hell containing several doctrinal errors. Like his other lectures, he speaks to his audience as if he were merely teaching what the Church teaches, as if there were no theological opinions in anything … Continue reading

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The Errors of Michael Voris: anti-Judaism

Michael Voris (on the website and on YouTube) does not present orthodox Catholic teaching. Michael Voris, S.T.B., seems to be the only teacher, formerly at RealCatholicTV, and now at ChurchMilitant.tv — Voris was told by his Bishop to stop using … Continue reading

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Some Catholics are Preparing to Accuse Pope Francis of Heresy

Over at the blog One Peter Five, Steve Skojec is preparing his readers to accept an accusation of heresy against Pope Francis. How is he doing this? First, by accusing two past Popes of heresy: Honorius I and John XXII. … Continue reading

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Catholic Teachers of Doctrinal Error

There are many Catholics who have decided to teaching without first having learned. They go forth and proclaim the Gospel, without first learning the Gospel from the Church. They teach on the Sacraments without first reading what the Magisterium infallibly … Continue reading

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Diversity of Opinion versus Catholic Teaching

I’ve been discussing the Faith with my fellow Catholics online for many years now, about 20 years or so. And I find a common problem in many of these discussions. They take place in the vacuum of ignorance. Most Catholics … Continue reading

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Which Religions Should be Considered True Religions?

First, I believe with all my heart and mind that Christianity is the truest form of religion and that Catholicism the truest form of Christianity. I am not debating or doubting that truth in this article. There is no truer … Continue reading

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On the Salaries of Catholic Apologists

Catholic Answers apologetics ministry has recently begun an “Emergency Appeal” for donations. Some persons online have commented that these donations will go, in part, to pay rather large salaries for some of the top people at Catholic Answers, including Jimmy … Continue reading

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Is the Book of Revelation about the Future?

I read a disturbing post the other day, over at Taylor Marshall’s blog: The Two Beasts in Revelation – What Do They Represent? And I’ve read similar material by other authors also, on Revelation as well as on the Book … Continue reading

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The next Pope and the SSPX

The SSPX is a group of Bishops, priests, and laypersons who utterly reject the teaching authority of Vatican II and every Pope from John 23 to Benedict 16. They are schismatics, in that they reject an Ecumenical Council and several … Continue reading

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Do You Disagree? Where’s Your Theological Argument?

Each of my theological arguments on any topic stands on its own merits. Sometimes I express a theological opinion on a matter of pious disagreement among faithful Catholics. Other times I express, in my own way, the true teachings of … Continue reading

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The Three Persons of the Trinity are consubstantial

In the Creed, we say that Jesus is consubstantial (formerly phrased as ‘one in being’) with the Father. What does this mean? A Dogma of the Faith The dogma concerning the Nature of the Trinity is that all Three Persons … Continue reading

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