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Parents or Christ?


The love of God and the fear of hell will easily break such bonds. Scripture, you will argue, bids us obey our parents. (Ephesians 6:1) Yes, but whoso loves them more than Christ loses his own soul. (Matthew 10:37) The

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Why are you Catholic? How would you answer this to someone considering conversion to Catholicism?


See how Jackie Francois answers this question brilliantly using the Eucharist.

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Hard Sayings of Jesus Christ

Hard Sayings of Jesus Christ

Many people who claim to really and truly believe in Jesus Christ do not know what He really taught. The few who do find it hard to accept and others reject these truths altogether. Here, I’ll try and give a

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Debates #4: Robert Sungenis (CAI) versus Matt Slick (CARM)


“Ignorance of Scripture is ignorance of Christ.” ~ Saint Jerome Robert A. Sungenis was raised a Catholic, but he became a Protestant when he was 19. He returned to the Catholic Church when he became 37. He used to be the principle

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Debates #3: Karl Keating (Catholic Answers) versus various Protestant ministers


“He that sees another in error and endeavors not to correct it, testifies himself to be in error.” ~ Pope Leo I Karl Keating is a prominent Catholic Apologist, author, founder and the President of Catholic Answers, a lay apostolate of

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Catholic Fiction Special Edition: Are Catholics Christians?


A response to those who ask any of these questions: Are Catholics Christians? Are you a Christian or a Catholic? Ironically like the word “Christian”, the word “Catholic” also was used by a bishop of Antioch named Ignatius. In his

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