Redemptive Value of SufferingCatholic Answers Live interview with Rt Rev Stephen Barham, a convert from the Assemblies of God who is now an Archibmandrite in the Melkite Catholic Church. (requires RealPlayer)
Americans to Hell?Do most Americans, and most people in many other countries too, go to hell, since they have had a chance to hear of the Church, but yet have not entered? Fr. Most sheds light on this perplexing question.
Filthy RagsIn 64:5 Isaiah wrote: 'All our good deeds are like filthy rags.' Lutherans use this to prove all our good deeds are sinful, for they say we are totally corrupt. Fr William Most addresses this subject.
Galatians - Obey'At the opening of Galatians, Paul pronounces a curse on an angel who would bring another Gospel. Many Protestants say that means: Cursed be anyone who says we need to obey to be saved.' Fr William Most provides a short explanation of this passage.
God's Salvific WillFr William Most examines the immensity of God's love and shows some of the ways in which God makes it possible for anyone to be saved.
Two Great Heresies of the ReformationRussell Shaw gives a brief summary of the two central tenets of Reformation-era Protestantism, Justification by Faith and Sola Scriptura (from Catholic Heritage, January/February 1996)
Von Balthasar and Salvationby James T O'Connor. An analysis of the late Fr Hans Urs von Balthasar's last book "Dare We Hope That All Men Be Saved?" (from Homiletic & Pastoral Review, July 1989)