Monthly Archives: April 2016

Area Parents Convinced Protestant Churches “Gateway Drug” to Roman Catholicism

Chesapeake, VA—Determined to save their college-aged offspring from Papal hellfire, Charles “Chuck” and Rebekah Wolfe have gotten really serious about mocking their children’s traditional Protestantism, which is pretty much the same thing as Roman Catholicism. Stephanie and Amy, their two daughters, left their nondenominational roots and started attending more liturgically-oriented Protestant congregations during their freshman…

Catholic and Reformed

Second language learners of English are often struck by the arcana of pronunciation (such as the legion of ways that the cluster “ough” can be vocalized), the subtleties of vocabulary connotation, and the vestigial remains of the Indo-European case and conjugation system. Behind much of the difficulty of acquiring a native facility with English lies…

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