A Passing Prayer Tell me if you have had this experience: You are driving along in your nice, new car with the heater on, comfortable, fed and nicely groomed. In your periphery vision you see a man on the sidewalk and you turn your head and focus on him as you . . . Read […]
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Anti-Catholic Whoppers There isn’t enough computer memory to detail the volume of anti-Catholic whoppers floating around in non-Catholic circles. So I cannot – although I would like to – refute all of them. For this article, I will just stand against one: that the Catholic Church is the Harlot of Babylon. There is much conjecture […]
It has a billion registered members, which amounts to one-sixth of the world’s entire population. Catholicism is found in every country of the world. It teaches just one set of doctrines everywhere. These are the same doctrines that were taught by the apostles, and the doctrine of the Catholic Church has never changed. The Catholic […]
A sacrament is a special sign that is given by Christ to the Church whereby divine grace is conferred. It is an outward sign of an inward grace instituted by Christ. The Catholic Church has seven sacraments: Baptism Confession (Penance/Reconciliation) Holy Communion (Eucharist) Confirmation Marriage Holy Orders Anointing the Sick (Extremunction) Baptism Baptism […]
The Church of Scientology practices a belief system known by the same name. It was initially founded in 1953 by science fiction writer, L. Ron Hubbard. It’s world headquarters are located in Southern California. Scientology, in its purest form, states that it is a way of finding spiritual happiness while alive on Planet Earth. It […]
Guardian angels are ministering spirits sent by God. This is written in sacred scripture and has been manifested throughout Church history.
I converted to the Catholic Religion because I had wanted to since I was a small child. I loved the church’s mystery, liturgy, rituals, sights and smells. Everything was sacred and special, from genuflecting and bowing before the crucifix to making the sign of the cross to participating in the liturgy to confession to the […]