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Mary, Holy Mother

There is probably nothing more disturbing to Protestants than the profound devotion which Catholics have for the Blessed Virgin Mary.

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How to Talk to Your Protestant Friends About the Blessed Mother

Imagine yourself a Christian living in the year 55 AD, at the Greek city of Ephesus in Asia Minor. Youre probably either a housewife or a fisherman, or perhaps a farmer growing olives on a hillside near your home. Your political sovereign is the Emperor Nero at Rome. The pastor of your church is St. John the Apostle

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Who's Who in the Reformation

Catholics trying to understand the Reformation sometimes complain about the wide range of Protestant churches, denominations and sects. The challenge is not as great as it seems at first glance because the tens of thousands of Protestant churches, denominations and sects trace their origins back, one way or another, either to the three major founders of the Reformation or to the Radical Reformation movement known as the Anabaptists. Understand them, and you'll go a long way toward understanding the complex reality called Protestantism.

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Purgatory: Holy Fire

Scott Hahn discusses the Catholic doctrine of purgatory and how it is necessary in understanding the application of Christ's redemptive work in salvation. 

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Can We Be Saints?

Frank Duff, founder of the Legion of Mary, wrote his first pamphlet Can We Be Saints? in 1916. In it he expresses his conviction that all without exception are called to be saints and that though the Catholic faith sainthood is possible for everyone.

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