The Catholic Church seems to me to be the bride of Christ we see described in scriptures, where all members of her one mystical body of Christ eagerly await the coming of their bridegroom, Jesus.
Fullness of the Truth Pt. 4.1: The Authority of the Catholic Church
The Catholic church is the fullness of the truth of reality.
Fullness of the Truth Pt. 3: Sola Scriptura
My big takeaway for sola scriptura is that it must lead to theological individualism/liberalism. Each individual person becomes the ultimate arbiter of what scriptures mean. I don't believe Jesus left us with an invisible church with the intent that we would all interpret scriptures for ourselves leading to endless division.
Fullness of the Truth Pt. 2.4: The Principle of the Interior Life and Justification
Father Garrigou-Lagrange explains what the principle of this interior life is, bringing us full circle in our discussion of justification. This isn't some highfalutin discussion of obscure theological ideas; rather this principle not only explains why the original Reformer's view of justification was incorrect, it also explains what is one of the most important aspects of the Christian life.
Fullness of the Truth Pt. 2.3: Sola Fide
Obedience to the law after justification is necessary for salvation. It is only accomplished through the grace of God.
Fullness of the Truth Pt. 2.2: Sola Fide
These are the 4 key components in the dispute over justification between Catholics and Lutherans.
Fullness of the Truth Pt. 2.1: Sola Fide
In the Catholic view of justification, all is grace.
Fullness of the Truth Pt. 1: How the Natural Law Lead Me to the Catholic Church
God used the natural law to lead me to the Catholic Church.
Fullness of the Truth: Introduction
Jesus Christ came to earth to establish an eternal kingdom, nothing less; when he comes into our lives, we can also expect him to shake things up - one way or another. That's the way the Lord works.
--Fr. John Bartunek