There is only one mediator between God and man, Jesus. Could we say that we are co-mediators with Christ?
Why do Catholics and Protestants have different Our Father’s?
Why doesn’t the Catholic Church consider Episcopalian sacraments valid? Especially Holy Orders?
If Catholics don’t believe in the Rapture, what do they make of that Bible verse that says two people will be working in the field and one will be taken?
Has there been any in depth study on the number 666 from Rev 13:18?
In the Orthodox Church there are obligatory fasts leading up to the Dormition and following Pentecost. Was there ever a time that the Western Church observed those same fasts?
Why aren’t the children of married, baptized parents born with sanctifying grace?
Mass Revision provides an overview of the Mass from beginning to end, showing you exactly how the Church says it is to be celebrated. Topics include the introductory rites, the liturgy of the word, the liturgy of the Eucharist, who can and cannot receive Communion, the concluding rites, liturgical furnishings and vestments, postures and actions during Mass, as well as the hot-button issue of liturgical abuses