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Public revelation is binding on all Christians, but private revelation is binding only on those who receive it. The Catholic Church teaches…
"Brethren of the Lord"
When Catholics call Mary the "Blessed Virgin," they mean she remained a virgin throughout her life. When Protestants refer to Mary as "…
Many non-Catholics particularly shy away from the sacramental.aspects of Catholicism—and not from the seven sacraments only. What they…
Do Catholics Worship Statues?
"Catholics worship statues!" People still make this ridiculous claim. Because Catholics have statues in their churches, goes the accusation…
The word "worship" has undergone a change in meaning in English. It comes from the Old English weorthscipe, which means the condition…
Praying to the Saints
The historic Christian practice of asking our departed brothers and sisters in Christ—the saints—for their intercession has come under…
The Intercession of the Saints
Fundamentalists often challenge the Catholic practice of asking saints and angels to pray on our behalf. But the Bible directs us to invoke…
The word rosary comes from Latin and means a garland of roses, the rose being one of the flowers used to symbolize the Virgin Mary. If you…
Mary: Mother of God
Fundamentalists are sometimes horrified when the Virgin Mary is referred to as the Mother of God. However, their reaction often rests upon…
Mary: "Full of Grace"
The Fathers of the Church taught that Mary received a number of distinctive blessings in order to make her a more fitting mother for Christ…
Mary: Ever Virgin
Most Protestants claim that Mary bore children other than Jesus. To support their claim, these Protestants refer to the biblical passages…
Immaculate Conception and Assumption
The Marian doctrines are, for Fundamentalists, among the most bothersome of the Catholic Church’s teachings. In this tract we’ll examine…