A few weeks back, I got a dyspeptic note from a Protestant Minister in training who took umbrage to my views on the illegitimacy of the various Protestant religions. In his note, he took especial umbrage to the Catholic dogma of the Perpetual Virginity acting as if there was no justification for this teaching.
I was planning to do an entire expose on this fallacious notion, but my good friend Matt1618 beat me to it.
He has a fine Catholic Apologetics Website:
His treatment of the PVM is excellent and I recommend it highly:
This is a condensed version of the same article:
The following is an article by a Hebrew Catholic, Br. Anthony Opisso, M.D., who has since gone before us marked with the sign of faith:
This is a treatise on the PVM written by St. Jerome, the greatest Scripture Scholar of the Patristic period:
The following is a variety of quotations from the Church Fathers on the PVM:
Here is s list of documents including Papal teaching on the PVM:
The following is a link to the website of of my friend and Catholic Apologist Dave Armstrong:
Here are some of his articles on the PVM:
The following is a term paper written by an Anglican arguing in favor of the PVM:
Here are some articles by my good friend Mark Bonocore defending the PVM:
Here is an article by Protestant Scholar Paul Owen on the PVM:
And here is an article by my good friend and Catholic Apologist John Pacheco:
So despite the pretensions of my Protestant 'minister-in-training' there is indeed lots of evidence in support of the PVM and absolutely nothing before the 18th Century even questioning it except for 3 people (Jovinian, Helvidius, and Bonosus) who were condemned as heretics. So in this matter -- as in so many others -- Protestantism is seen to be a modernist fraud that supports clearly heretical notions in the service of man-made religion.