Is Purgatory a Catholic Invention? No Way

Worship the Way God Commanded

What Catholics Believe about John 6

What Is Authentic Christian Love?

Predestined for Freedom

The Priesthood Is Both Ministerial and Universal

Scriptural Reference Guide

The Catholic Church bases her teaching upon one source: The word of God. This divine revelation is transmitted in two ways: through Scripture and apostolic tradition. Many assume that only the writings of the apostles are the word of God. However, their oral transmission of the faith is also considered the word of God (1 Thess. 2:13). Few Protestant groups today accept the validity, let alone the authority, of tradition. In fact, many believe that Scripture is the only definitive source of divine truth.

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