A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing:
The EWTN schedule is full of religious programming that is sometimes hard to find elsewhere. But what happens when a program on the network goes against Catholic teaching? This is what happened recently with the EWTN show “The Journey Home.
The Journey Home is a program that tells the stories of people who have converted to Catholicism. In one recent episode, the show interviewed Marcus Grodi, the founder of the Coming Home Network. The Coming Home Network is an organization that helps Protestants who are interested in Catholicism to convert.
During the show, Grodi made some statements that are not in line with Catholic teaching. For example, he said that Protestants can be saved without converting to Catholicism. He also said that it is acceptable for Protestants to disagree with the Catholic Church on certain issues.
These statements went against what the Catholic Church teaches. The Catholic Church teaches that Protestants need to convert in order to be saved. The Church also teaches that Protestants should not disagree with the Catholic Church on any issue.
The Catholic Church is very clear on these points. In fact, the Catechism of the Catholic Church states: “The Church, a pilgrim people, is joined to Christ her Head and His Body of believers by the bonds of faith, baptism and communion. In spite of this, divergence concerning faith and morals at times exists among the members of the communion of saints.
These differences arise from the indwelling of the Spirit of God in the soul, Who gives to each one different gifts and different charisms…
It is thus that the Church manifests her catholicity and at the same time demonstrates the riches of her diversity, for the Spirit of God is His gift to the Church and it is the Spirit Who enlivens her with charisms which He bestows on everyone as He wills” (CCC, 816-817).
The EWTN network is supposed to be a Catholic network. But when a program on the network goes against Catholic teaching, it is a wolf in sheep’s clothing.
The Catholic Church is very clear on what she teaches. And when a program on a Catholic network goes against that teaching, it is misleading Catholics and leading them astray.
What is a wolf in sheep’s clothing?
A person who appears to be kind and harmless but is really harmful and dangerous.
What does the phrase “a wolf in sheep’s clothing” mean?
The phrase means that someone seems to be harmless but is actually very dangerous.
Where did the phrase “a wolf in sheep’s clothing” come from?
The phrase comes from the story of The Boy Who Cried Wolf, in which a boy lies about a wolf attacking the flock, and when a real wolf does come, no one believes him.
Is it possible for a wolf to actually disguise itself as a sheep?
No, it is not possible for a wolf to actually disguise itself as a sheep.
Why do wolves sometimes disguise themselves as sheep?
Wolves sometimes disguise themselves as sheep in order to get close to the flock and then attack.
How can you tell if someone is a wolf in sheep’s clothing?
You can tell if someone is a wolf in sheep’s clothing by their actions.
If they are cruel or harmful, they are probably not as innocent as they seem.
What are some other ways to say “a wolf in sheep’s clothing”?
Other ways to say “a wolf in sheep’s clothing” include “a wolf in disguise” or “a false friend”.
How can you protect yourself from a wolf in sheep’s clothing?
You can protect yourself from a wolf in sheep’s clothing by being aware of them and not trusting someone just because they seem nice.
What are some other animals that disguise themselves to hunting?
Some other animals that disguise themselves to hunting include chameleons and octopuses.
Do all animals disguise themselves to hunt?
No, not all animals disguise themselves to hunt.
How does a chameleon disguise itself?
A chameleon disguises itself by changing its color to match its surroundings.
How does an octopus disguise itself?
An octopus disguises itself by changing its color and shape.
What is the difference between a chameleon and an octopus?
The difference between a chameleon and an octopus is that a chameleon changes its color to match its surroundings, while an octopus can change its color and shape.
Can a chameleon change its shape?
No, a chameleon cannot change its shape.
Can an octopus change its color?
Yes, an octopus can change its color.