One of the biggest problems Protestants have with the Roman Catholic Church is the requirement for obedience. One God, one Son, one Spirit, one Church. Christ did not create a fragmented Church. That was a creation of man. For almost 1600 years there was only one Church. Not until several members of the Catholic clergy […]

It is frequently asked whether non-Catholics can receive Communion at a Catholic Mass. Quite often this comes up in the context of family events – weddings, baptisms, funerals – situations

Index To Saints To find a saint, click on the first letter of the Saint’s name A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T […]
Scripture References To The Catholic FaithWith the onslaught of the Protestant Reformation about 400 years ago, much of the history of the Church was lost. With the propagation of “Sola Scriptura”, each individual was left to interpret the Bible and to come to their own conclusions. The result was the fragmentation of the Protestant movement […]

A major difference between Catholic and Protestant theology is belief in free will, in which both Luther and Calvin deny. Because of the Protestant creation of the doctrine of “sola fide”,

Church Doctrine Protestants refuse to accept the doctrines of the Catholic Church. Their insistence to clinging only to the Bible flies in the face of the very structure of the Faith as established by Jesus. Many instances can be found in the scripture where the Church provided guidance to local communities. In fact, all of […]
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