Victoria Clark

What Happened When Adoration Came to The Most Dangerous City on Earth

From 2008 to 2012, Juarez Mexico was widely deemed the most dangerous place on Earth. –National Geographic In the space of 5 years, the murder rates declined  from 3,766 to only 256. “Jorge Gonzalez Nicholas, a prosecutor from Ciudad Juárez, said,… Continue Reading →

Bridges and Walls: The Christian Response to Immigration and Refugees

      There’s a whole lot of cherry picking going on in regard to the issue of immigration and refugees. We are all guilty of confirmation bias.  We quote mine for scriptures that support our experience or our beliefs. We… Continue Reading →

Why I Love Jesus and His Religion

    Remember the video that went viral a few years ago, “Why I Hate Religion But Love Jesus” by Jefferson Bethke?  How did I go from “Anything but Catholic” to loving and knowing  Jesus more through the Catholic faith?  … Continue Reading →

The Story Behind this Photo and the Upside Down Cross on St. Peter’s Chair

There’s more to this  photo than just a pretty picture. The bridge pictured is on the Tiber River in Rome, Italy. The Tiber runs through Rome and separates classical  Rome’s  Colosseum, Forum,  Parthenon, Circus Maximus and Imperial Palace on the east from… Continue Reading →

Christians, Let’s Take Back Halloween and Own It

The question comes up every year. Should Christians celebrate Halloween?  Over the years, our family, like many of our friends,  has been thoughtful about how to approach the day  without glorifying evil. When I taught Speech, every autumn brought a new batch… Continue Reading →

Why do Catholics Confess their Sins to a Priest? Shouldn’t They go Directly to God?

This has to be one of the most common questions about the Catholic Faith. The quick answer is because God wants us to. How can I possibly say that? Well, let’s take a look and see… What Scripture says about… Continue Reading →

Why Martin Luther Altered the Bible: The Misunderstanding that Fueled a Revolt

One of the tragic ironies of Christian history is that the deepest split in the history of the Church…this split between Protestant and Catholic originated in a misunderstanding.  And to this day many Catholics and many Protestants still do not… Continue Reading →

Did the Catholic Church Ban, Burn or Chain bibles to Keep Laymen from Reading the Bible?

Welcome to ChristiAnthology! A Blog Dedicated to Restoring the Bonds of Christian Unity

Hi, I’m Victoria. A few years ago I had a series of dreams about discovering rooms in my house that I did not know existed. The discovery was always met with a “Wow! How did I not know this was… Continue Reading →

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