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Why Catholics Are Right

Author : Michael Coren
ISBN : 9780771023224
Genre : Religion
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Coren examines four main aspects of Catholicism as they are encountered, understood, and more importantly, misunderstood, today.
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Hatred

Author : Michael Coren
ISBN : 9780771023859
Genre : Religion
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From the bestselling author of Why Catholics Are Right, a new book examining the history, reasoning, theology, and politics behind the great genocidal phenomenon of modern times: the Islamist war on Christianity. Christians are the most persecuted identifiable group on earth. This is not the opinion of some but the informed view of most -- including the United Nations. What is seldom admitted, however, is that the vast majority of the nations that carry out the oppression, intolerance, violence, rape, and murder are Islamic. While Christians suffer in North Korea and parts of India, it is in Pakistan, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Egypt, Turkey, and even Indonesia and Malaysia where the situation is dark and becoming worse. The statistics and stories are truly terrifying in proportion and degree and as Islam expands and becomes increasingly aggressive, fundamentalist, and confident, Christian minorities live in fear and face a bleak future. Hatred outlines the history of the relationship between Islam and Christianity, explains what Islam actually teaches about the Christian faith, and gives numerous examples of the experience of Christians throughout the Islamic world. It explains not only what happens, but why it happens, and deliberately challenges the comforting but false idea that all of this is somehow an aberration and contrary to Islamic thought.
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Why Catholics Cannot Be Masons

Author : John Salza
ISBN : 9780895559708
Genre : Religion
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Many good Catholic men have been deceived into becoming Masons. In this powerful little book, a Catholic attorney and former 32nd degree Mason, John Salza, clearly shows why joining Masonry (including the Shriners) means embracing a false religion. Explains Masonic doctrines, history, rituals, oaths and curses, showing that Masonry is totally incompatible with Christianity and the Catholic Faith. Who is the god of Freemasonry? How does Freemasonry view the Holy Bible? What are the self-curses of Freemasonry? Why does Freemasonry appear to be compatible with the Christian Faith? What have the Popes said about Freemasonry? Are "Catholic Masons" excommunicated? How does a Catholic exit Freemasonry? Packed with facts and very well documented, Why Catholics Cannot Be Masons is a brief but potent revelation by a man who has been there - and then returned to the One True Faith.
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Faith Basics Serving Two Masters Why Catholics Still Can T Be Masons

Author : Deacon Dominic Cerrato
ISBN : 9781941447727
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“No one can serve two masters,” Jesus told us, “for he will hate the one and love the other” (Mt 6:24). Freemasonry in its beliefs and practices sets itself up as another master in opposition to Christ. Learn why the Catholic Church has forbidden participation in this secret society for centuries in Serving Two Masters. About the Series: Faith Basics The Faith Basics series is about living life well. The booklets cover those topics of the Faith that most directly relate to the practical Catholic. Written for the person spread a bit too thin, the booklets are easily readable, coving the fundamentals in few words, while both informing and inspiring busy people to understand and live the Faith. Their convenient size makes them readily portable by purse or pocket. They are economically priced—ideal for distribution in evangelization efforts, RCIA classes, study groups, and outreach programs.
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Protestants Catholics Do They Now Agree

Author : John Ankerberg
ISBN : 9781937136550
Genre : Religion
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Protestants & Catholics have battled for centuries over how a sinful man is forgiven by a holy & righteous God. Some of evangelical Christianity’s most highly respected leaders have linked hands with Catholics in an unprecedented accord by signing an agreement entitled "Evangelical & Catholics Together"... Have doctrinal differences been eliminated? What was decided about justification by faith - the one issue upon which Martin Luther said the church stands or falls? Which side changed its views? The authors delve into the history of the Catholic church & discuss the sacraments penance confession the rosary indulgences & Purgatory
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Why Do Catholics Eat Fish On Friday

Author : Michael P. Foley
ISBN : 9781403969675
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A collection of trivia looks at the Catholic roots of commonplace events and items, from the origins of Groundhog Day to the creation of the common pretzel as a Lenten reward for the pious.
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Why I Am Catholic And You Should Be Too

Author : Brandon Vogt
ISBN : 9781594717680
Genre : Religion
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Winner of a 2018 Catholic Press Association Award: Popular Presentation of the Catholic Faith. (First Place). With atheism on the rise and millions tossing off religion, why would anyone consider the Catholic Church? Brandon Vogt, a bestselling author and the content director for Bishop Robert Barron’s Word on Fire Catholic Ministries, shares his passionate search for truth, a journey that culminated in the realization that Catholicism was right about a lot of things, maybe even everything. His persuasive case for the faith reveals a vision of Catholicism that has answers our world desperately needs and reminds those already in the Church what they love about it. A 2016 study by the Public Religion Research Institute found that 25 percent of adults (39 percent of young adults) describe themselves as unaffiliated with any religion. Millions of these so-called “nones” have fled organized religion and many more have rejected God altogether. Brandon Vogt was one of those nones. When he converted to Catholicism in college, he knew how confusing that decision was to many of his friends and family. But he also knew that the evidence he discovered pointed to one conclusion: Catholicism is true. To his delight, he discovered it was also exceedingly good and beautiful. Why I Am Catholic traces Vogt’s spiritual journey, making a refreshing, twenty-first century case for the faith and answering questions being asked by agnostics, nones, and atheists, the audience for his popular website, StrangeNotions.com, where Catholics and atheists dialogue. With references to Catholic thinkers such as G. K. Chesterton, Ven. Fulton Sheen, St. Teresa of Calcutta, and Bishop Robert Barron, Vogt draws together lines of evidence to help seekers discover why they should be Catholic as an alternative. Why I Am Catholic serves as a compelling reproposal of the Church for former Catholics, a persuasive argument for truth and beauty to those who have become jaded and disenchanted with religion, and at the same time offers practicing Catholics a much-needed dose of confidence and clarity to affirm their faith against an increasingly skeptical culture.
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