Anglican and RC Officials Agree on Catholic Goddess

For several years, high officials of the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches have been meeting to find ways to get the two back together.

Appearances of Mysterious Lady Increasing Worldwide

In hundreds, even thousands of places around the world there is appearing a mysterious lady clothed in light.

Catholic 'Evangelist' Carried the Wrong Gospel

Doesn't the message matter?

Catholic Priestcraft Rooted in Babylonian Idolatry

One of the striking characteristics of Roman Catholicism is that it contains a complete sacerdotal (priest based) system not supported by Scripture.

Catholics Told: 'You Can't Understand The Bible'

When you witness to a Roman Catholic, he will probably tell you he is a Christian and that his 'church' is based on the Bible.

Conversation With a Priest

The following conversation took place when a Roman Catholic priest called Chick publications to dispute the claim that Roman Catholics are encouraged to worship the Virgin Mary.

Does God Really Have a Mother?

Every January 1, the pope presides at the "Mass for the Feast of Mary the Mother of God" held in the Vatican.

Feast Showcases Catholic Trust in Mary Idol

Early each December there is a special fiesta time in the Western Hemisphere designed to re-cement the Roman Catholic's trust in their "Goddess of the Americas."

Fifth Marian 'Dogma' Pushes Jesus Further Aside

Ardent devotees to this goddess are now lobbying to replace Jesus with Mary, "the co-redemptrix, mediatrix of all graces, and advocate."

Indulgences Granted for Worship of Mary

Pope Benedict XVI granted plenary indulgences to anyone who worshiped before a statue of the Virgin Mary goddess before December 8, 2005.

Is Mary Necessary for Salvation? Millions of Catholics Think So

The place of Mary in Roman Catholicism is largely ignored by modern Protestants who are blinded by the false dream of ecumenical unity.

Is Mother Theresa Really a Saint?

Who does Scripture say can really serve as a mediator between us and our Heavenly Father?

'Lady of Light' Exposed as Usurper in New Book

"In these difficult days, when our global problems seem insurmountable, a growing number are turning to the Queen of All as perhaps the world's best advocate," writes Jim Tetlow in his new book on Marian apparitions.

Last of Children to See Fatima Virgin Dies at 97

Lucia de Jesus dos Santo, last of the three children who claimed to see the Virgin Mary apparition at Fatima, Portugal in 1917, has died at the age of 97 in a convent in Portugal where she lived most of her life as a nun.

Mary Goddess Still Focus of Revised Rosary

On October 16 Pope John Paul II issued an apostolic letter to mark the beginning of his 25th year as pope.

Mary Saves?

Already she has been declared by previous popes to have been born without sin (dogma of the Immaculate Conception, 1814) and taken bodily into heaven at her death (dogma of the Assumption, 1950).

Millions Deceived by Crying Statues and a 'Lady of Light'

Steady stream of visitors to this shrine to Mary hope for a miracle.

Millions Worship 'Patroness of the Americas' on December 12

On December 12, some 2 million pilgrims trekked to the shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe in Mexico City.

Mother Teresa on Fast Track to Goddesshood

The pope has approved the first of two miracles necessary to make Mother Teresa an official Roman Catholic "saint."

New Pope Pushing for Mother of the World

The new pope continues the tradition of pushing the RC Virgin Mary goddess as the unifying force in the world.

New Video Exposes Virgin Mary Goddess Fraud

It is estimated that there are at least 300 places around the world where it is claimed that the Virgin Mary is appearing.

Our Lord Replaced by "Our Lady" for Roman Catholics

For a billion "Christians" in the world, Jesus as "Lord" has been effectively elbowed aside by a mythical goddess with the title of "Lady."

Pope Declares 'Year of the Eucharist' — Grants Indulgences

Pope John Paul II has declared a formal "Year of the Eucharist" from October 2004 to October 2005.

Pope Thanks Fatima Goddess Again for Saving His Life

On the thirteenth of May, this year, Pope John Paul II made a pilgrimage to the shrine of Our Lady of The Rosary at Fatima, Portugal.

Pope visits Shrine of Roman Catholic Goddess

In August of this year, Pope John Paul II made his 104th foreign trip, to the shrine at Lourdes, France.

Priest's Heart Visits U.S. for Relic Worship

In October this year, the actual heart of a 19th century French priest was brought to the U.S. for a worship service.

Protestants Looking to Virgin Mary Goddess : Move over, Jesus

Confusion over Bible versions leads many Protestants to consider prayer to Mary.

The 'Twin Towers' of the Vatican

The two central teachings in which the Roman Catholic Church finds "safety" and keeps its grip on millions.

Virgin of Guadalupe Deceiving Millions

Twisted interpretations of the Bible are used to justify the bondage of over a billion people who trust in their works to get them to heaven.

Was the Pope Saved?

"This is a man who had particular confidence in the Virgin Mary and felt that she was ready to welcome him and introduce him to God..."

Will This Pope Make Mary Co-Redeemer?

Pressure is mounting on the new Pope Benedict XVI to "infallibly" declare the Roman Catholic Virgin Mary as "co-redemptrix, with Jesus the Redeemer, Mediatrix of all graces with Jesus the one Mediator, and Advocate with Jesus Christ on behalf of the human race."