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He Had Corona Virus and Recovered: Alexander Tschugguel talks to Dr. Taylor Marshall

Alexander Tschugguel – the young Austrian man who threw the Pacha idols into the Tiber River talks to Dr. Taylor Marshall about having contracting the Corona Virus, being hospitalized, and then about his recovery.

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Did the Virgin Mary die?

from: http://taylormarshall.com/ There are many Catholics that deny that the Immaculate Mary died. They claim that when Pope Pius XII dogmatically declared the Assumption of Mary, he left the question open. They cite the following from Munificentissimus Deus: by the authority … Continue reading

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Why Confess Sins to a Man? (Blanquette de Veau vs Burrito Supreme)

From:  http://www.taylormarshall.com by Taylor Marsal Why do we Catholics confess our sins to priests who are mere men? This is a question that Protestants repeatedly raise. I raised it as a Protestant almost every time I spoke to a Catholic about matters … Continue reading

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Pope Francis Visits Downton Abbey: The Papal Wardrobe Controversy

I really couldn’t resist re-posting this from one of my favourite blogs. Dr. Taylor Marshall’s latest post says exactly what many are thinking – even in this land of ‘Downton Abbey’s http://www.taylormarshall.com by Taylor Marshall When Pope Francis was elected, we didn’t … Continue reading

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Blasphemy and the Most Holy Name of Jesus – What shall we do?

   by Dr. Taylor Marshall St Bernardine of Sienna Apostle of the Holy Name of Jesus When I was an Episcopal clergyman (I entered the Catholic Church later in 2006), I walked into a bar once, and as soon as I … Continue reading

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How to Argue with a Madman (from GK Chesterton)

by Dr. Taylor Marshall     After blogging for a few years, I have learned to ignore the trolls who drop spiteful comments or who surf the Catholic web looking for a fight. About once or twice per year, however, I will … Continue reading

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What Will You Do for Lent This Year? – A Guide for Preparing Now

by Dr. Taylor Marshall How do you choose a Lenten penance? Our Catholic forebears used to keep a strict Lent. They were spiritual giants in the old days. For the days of Lent, all Catholics ate no eggs, no dairy … Continue reading

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