The Visitation

Zephaniah 3:14-18, Isaiah 12:2-6, Luke 1:39-56 Today, the Church invites us to recall the visitation of our Blessed Mother (pregnant with Christ) to her cousin Elizabeth (pregnant with John the Baptist). This visitation cannot be overlooked because it reveals to us why Catholics have always believed that Mary is the NEW Ark of the Covenant.... Continue Reading →

Papacy And The Primacy Of Peter

William Hemsworth-The Bible Catholic

This week bestselling author, international speaker, and Catholic Apologist Steve Ray joins me to discuss the Papacy. We discuss the biblical and early church evidence for the papacy, the primacy of Peter, and some common Protestant objections.

Interview About the Papacy with Steve Ray

It was a very enlightening interview. Check out Steve’s books about the papacy “Upon this Rock: Peter and the Primacy of Rome in Scripture and the Early Church” and “The Papacy: What the Pope Does and Why it Matters“. He has a great documentary and Study Guide titled “Mary, Mother of God” Learn my about Steve at You can also purchase his talks and books there.

About Steve Ray

Stephen K. Ray was raised in a devout and loving Baptist family. His father was a deacon and Bible teacher, and Stephen was very involved in the Baptist…

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Pentecost: Speaking in Tongues

The Christian world celebrates Pentecost; this is a celebration which comes fifty days after Easter. The name Pentecost is derived from the Greek word Pentecoste, which means fifty. Pentecost was originally celebrated by the Jews to remember the day the law was given to Moses on Mount Sinai. The Jews also refer to this celebration... Continue Reading →

Holy Spirit in the Old Testament

Dr Jeanette Pinto – The Feast of the Pentecost happened fifty days after Easter or the Resurrection when the other followers of Jesus Christ were celebrating the Feast of Weeks in Jerusalem. It happened like this. Firstly, the Apostles were all in one accord in one place. Secondly, there came a sound from heaven as... Continue Reading →

Papacy: 10 Quotes That Show It Is Ancient

William Hemsworth-The Bible Catholic

When I first started taking the idea of Catholicism seriously it was natural to look into the papacy. I’d wonder how if the word “pope” isn’t in the Bible, why does this man have so much power?

At first, I thought it was a power play and Catholics let the old man in Rome tell them what to do (no disrespect intended). But after digging into the practice of the Early Church I was stunned to see that the papacy is ancient and was practiced. Here are ten of the quotes that I came across.


Quotes About The Papacy

The blessed apostles, then, having founded and built up the Church, committed into the hands of Linus the office of the episcopate. Of this Linus, Paul makes mention in the Epistles to Timothy. To him succeeded Anacletus; and after him, in the third place from the apostles, Clement was allotted…

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