Because it regularly emerges as among the most popular questions, I have chosen to include it in this second installment of our apologetics series.
Summa and Sacrament, Josef Pieper on the Thomistic Principles of Liturgical Reform - Adoremus Bulletin
My two younger sisters and I were raised in Springfield, MO by parents who valued faith, family, and friendships, and who served the community.
He was baptized/confirmed in the Methodist church and has received Communion there before, so can he receive Communion at a Catholic church?
The New Testament was originally written in Greek and the word 'Mysterion' (Mystery) came to be used to denote any sign of God's power.
When I was a young man, I used to hear stories of the courage of Great Protestant Reformers like Martin Luther and John Calvin. In my reformation heritage, ...
Portrait of Young John Calvin Unknown Flemish artist. Espace Ami Lullin of the Bibliothèque de Genève
Joseph Smith, Jr. said that he saw two "personages" in the spring of 1820, one of which pointed to the other and said, "This is my beloved son. Hear him!
Plenary #2 - Catholic View by Dr. Adam A. J. DeVille: "I Do Not Call You 'Fathers' or 'Masters' but Friends"
By What Authority?: An Evangelical Discovers Catholic Tradition: Mark Shea: 9781586177829: Amazon.com: Books
One of the first major differences between Catholicism and Protestantism is the issue of the sufficiency and authority of Scripture.
Questions Catholics Ask | VISION Vocation Network for Catholic Religious Life & Priesthood | English
He revisited this idea in January during his annual address to members of the Roman Rota, the tribunal that evaluates appeals in marriage annulment cases, ...
This lovely gift was passed on to me by Benjamin Woodring, who received it from Allan Hampton. I'm fairly certain it originated with some crazy cult.
When you need prayer, how many people do you ask to pray for you? For me, it depends on the situation. If I am sick or need serious answers to prayer, ...
Catholics give adoration to Christ, whom they believe to be really present, in body and blood, soul and divinity, in sacramental bread whose reality has ...
Watch this short video to better understand the Sacrament of Reconciliation and why we go to Confession:
Forty percent of Catholics say that they always pray or meditate in making an important moral decision, 37 percent talk to close family members and 28 ...
I grew up an Evangelical Protestant in Birmingham, Alabama. My parents were loving and devoted, sincere in their faith, and deeply involved in our church.
Unlike devotional prayer, the liturgy has an objective and universal spirit, because it renders present in sacramental signs history's eternal truth, ...
My guess is that nothing can stop Orthodox conversation and divide a room quite so fast as someone loudly asking the question, “How ecumenical are you ?