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There are many intelligent people who do not bother about religion.


In what way are they intelligent and clever? Some are clever in mathematics; others in law, but they may be very ignorant in the science of religion. A Catholic school-child could teach many of them quite a lot in this

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Do some Catholics unintentionally worship images of the Saints?

Do Catholics worship Mary

An exchange between me Godwin Delali Adadzie and Catholic apologist Mark Joseph Bonocore some years ago when I was still learning more about the Catholic faith. It was formerly hosted on my Catholic apologetics ministry’s site Sts. Peter and Paul

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One Bread, One Body


15  I speak as to sensible men; judge for yourselves what I say.  16  The cup of blessing which we bless, is it not a participation in the blood of Christ? The bread which we break, is it not a

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A Spiritual Checklist for Catholic Christians


Use this spiritual checklist as a means of coming closer to King Jesus Christ. Have you recently thanked Jesus for all that He has done for you? Do you regularly say your morning and night prayers? Do you say a

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Debates #5: Tim Staples (Catholic Answers) versus Steve Gregg (The Narrow Path)


“Ignorance of Scripture is ignorance of Christ.” ~ Saint Jerome Tim Staples is Director of Apologetics and Evangelization at Catholic Answers, but he was not always Catholic. Tim was raised a Southern Baptist. Although he fell away from the faith

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Debates #2: Mark Bonocore (Catholic Legate) versus Matt Slick (CARM)


“The first reaction to truth is hatred” ~ Tertullian Mark Bonocore is one of the best Catholic Apologists in e-debate. He uses his vast wealth of patristic knowledge to rebut any historical objections to the Catholic faith. He has the

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Fr. Tim Hepburn and the Exsultet


Father Tim Hepburn is a priest of the Archdiocese of Atlanta, Georgia. Currently he is pursuing a post-graduate degree in theology at Sacred Heart Seminary in Detroit. He has served as a pastor, a high school chaplain, and chaplain at

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St. Michael’s Media – The One True Faith


The One True Faith is Saint Michael’s Media’s weekly television program which showcases the truths of the Catholic faith in a lively and exciting manner, presented by multiple Emmy-award winner Michael Voris. Michael tackles a single topic each week, explaining

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Prayer to be Freed of the Seven Deadly Sins


O Jesus, meek Savior and Prince of Peace, implant in me the virtues of gentleness and patience. Let me curb the fury of anger and restrain all resentment and impatience so as to overcome evil with good, attain your peace,

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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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