The November 2017 issue of The Catholic Candle is available here for download.

 

Note:  The Catholic Candle defines heresy as “an error about the Catholic Faith”, which is based on the following explanation of St. Thomas Aquinas taken from the Summa Theologiae, IIa IIae, Q.11, a.2, respondeo:

 

“We are speaking of heresy now as denoting a corruption of the Christian Faith.  Now it does not imply a corruption of the Christian faith, if a man has a false opinion in matters that are not of faith, for instance, in questions of geometry and so forth, which cannot belong to the faith by any means; but only when a person has a false opinion about things belonging to the faith.

 

“Now a thing may be of the faith in two ways, as stated above, in one way, directly and principally, e.g. the articles of faith; in another way, indirectly and secondarily, e.g. those matters, the denial of which leads to the corruption of some article of faith; and there may be heresy in either way, even as there can be faith.”

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The October 2017 issue of The Catholic Candle is available here for download.

 

Note:  The Catholic Candle defines heresy as “an error about the Catholic Faith”, which is based on the following explanation of St. Thomas Aquinas taken from the Summa Theologiae, IIa IIae, Q.11, a.2, respondeo:

 

“We are speaking of heresy now as denoting a corruption of the Christian Faith.  Now it does not imply a corruption of the Christian faith, if a man has a false opinion in matters that are not of faith, for instance, in questions of geometry and so forth, which cannot belong to the faith by any means; but only when a person has a false opinion about things belonging to the faith.

 

“Now a thing may be of the faith in two ways, as stated above, in one way, directly and principally, e.g. the articles of faith; in another way, indirectly and secondarily, e.g. those matters, the denial of which leads to the corruption of some article of faith; and there may be heresy in either way, even as there can be faith.”

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The September 2017 issue of The Catholic Candle is available here for download.

 

Note:  The Catholic Candle defines heresy as “an error about the Catholic Faith”, which is based on the following explanation of St. Thomas Aquinas taken from the Summa Theologiae, IIa IIae, Q.11, a.2, respondeo:

 

“We are speaking of heresy now as denoting a corruption of the Christian Faith.  Now it does not imply a corruption of the Christian faith, if a man has a false opinion in matters that are not of faith, for instance, in questions of geometry and so forth, which cannot belong to the faith by any means; but only when a person has a false opinion about things belonging to the faith.

 

“Now a thing may be of the faith in two ways, as stated above, in one way, directly and principally, e.g. the articles of faith; in another way, indirectly and secondarily, e.g. those matters, the denial of which leads to the corruption of some article of faith; and there may be heresy in either way, even as there can be faith.”

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The August 2017 issue of The Catholic Candle is available here for download.

 

Note:  The Catholic Candle defines heresy as “an error about the Catholic Faith”, which is based on the following explanation of St. Thomas Aquinas taken from the Summa Theologiae, IIa IIae, Q.11, a.2, respondeo:

 

“We are speaking of heresy now as denoting a corruption of the Christian Faith.  Now it does not imply a corruption of the Christian faith, if a man has a false opinion in matters that are not of faith, for instance, in questions of geometry and so forth, which cannot belong to the faith by any means; but only when a person has a false opinion about things belonging to the faith.

 

“Now a thing may be of the faith in two ways, as stated above, in one way, directly and principally, e.g. the articles of faith; in another way, indirectly and secondarily, e.g. those matters, the denial of which leads to the corruption of some article of faith; and there may be heresy in either way, even as there can be faith.”

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The July 2017 issue of The Catholic Candle is available here for download.

 

Note:  The Catholic Candle defines heresy as “an error about the Catholic Faith”, which is based on the following explanation of St. Thomas Aquinas taken from the Summa Theologiae, IIa IIae, Q.11, a.2, respondeo:

 

“We are speaking of heresy now as denoting a corruption of the Christian Faith.  Now it does not imply a corruption of the Christian faith, if a man has a false opinion in matters that are not of faith, for instance, in questions of geometry and so forth, which cannot belong to the faith by any means; but only when a person has a false opinion about things belonging to the faith.

 

“Now a thing may be of the faith in two ways, as stated above, in one way, directly and principally, e.g. the articles of faith; in another way, indirectly and secondarily, e.g. those matters, the denial of which leads to the corruption of some article of faith; and there may be heresy in either way, even as there can be faith.”

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The June 2017 issue of The Catholic Candle is available here for download.

 

Note 1:  The Catholic Candle defines heresy as “an error about the Catholic Faith”, which is based on the following explanation of St. Thomas Aquinas taken from the Summa Theologiae, IIa IIae, Q.11, a.2, respondeo:

 

“We are speaking of heresy now as denoting a corruption of the Christian Faith.  Now it does not imply a corruption of the Christian faith, if a man has a false opinion in matters that are not of faith, for instance, in questions of geometry and so forth, which cannot belong to the faith by any means; but only when a person has a false opinion about things belonging to the faith.

 

“Now a thing may be of the faith in two ways, as stated above, in one way, directly and principally, e.g. the articles of faith; in another way, indirectly and secondarily, e.g. those matters, the denial of which leads to the corruption of some article of faith; and there may be heresy in either way, even as there can be faith.”

 

Note 2:  In the term “Catholic” as a subject, the Catholic Candle includes those who have an explicit or implicit desire to become members of the Catholic Church.

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The May 2017 issue of The Catholic Candle is available here for download.

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The April 2017 issue of The Catholic Candle is available here for download.

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The March 2017 issue of The Catholic Candle is available here for download.

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