Why the Good Thief Doesn’t Justify Protestant Doctrines

The Catholic Church has always looked to the good thief as an example par excellence of conversion (see Luke 23:39-43). This is why he is called good. But for some Protestants, the good thief, traditionally named St. Dismas, is good for a different reason than his last-minute conversion. It would seem that his story justifies doctrines held by many Protestants. For example, Dismas …

How to Make Disciples: A Reflection on Peter’s Pentecost Sermon

In this interview, I talk with Bruce and Jen from Spirit Catholic Radio about Peter’s first sermon on the Day of Pentecost in Acts 2 and the conversions that ensued. http://karlobroussard.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/09-06-16-Good-Book-Club-Acts-2-Verses-37-47-Karlo-Broussard.mp3 Audio Download