The Joyful Mysteries are Prayed on Mondays and Saturdays. Apostle’s Creed: I believe in God, the Father Almighty, Creator of Heaven and earth; and in Jesus Christ, His only Son Our Lord, Who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born…Read More
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What Is Excommunication?
Question What is EXCOMMUNICATION? What are the grounds for it? Are we not condemning people when we excommunicate them? Ignatius, Accra Answer Excommunication is one of the canonical penalties or sanctions in the Catholic Church which excludes the offender from…Read More
Why Do Catholics Bow Before Images and Statues?
QUESTION: Good evening Padre. I saw and read your reply about the usage of pictures and statues. But my concern is about the fact that we bow before them or even put them in front of us before praying. Amour,…Read More
Are All Images Prohibited In The Bible?
ARE ALL IMAGES PROHIBITED IN THE BIBLE? NO!! Anti-catholics literally interprets what they have read in a certain passage of the bible that talks about images in Exodus 20. But is it the way we interpret the bible? No! Pictures…Read More
8 Things Every Catholic Needs to Know about the Pope
1. The Pope is not the head of the Church. Many news reports continue to identify the Pope as the head of the Church. While understandable, they are incorrect. Jesus Christ is the head of the Church. Another way to…Read More
How to Explain Purgatory to a Protestant
The existence of Purgatory has been a much debated topic between Catholics and Protestants for years. Many Protestants argue that the Catholic Church simply created Purgatory as a way to guilt people into believing in Catholicism. That accusation is both…Read More
10 Reasons To Come Back to the Catholic Church
If you have left the Catholic Church, for any reason, here are 10 reasons why you should come back to the Catholic Church: 10 – You can learn who you truly are. By your Baptism you joined the family of…Read More
Can we lose our Salvation?
Q: Doesn’t the Catholic Church teach that a Christian can lose his/her salvation? Doesn’t the Bible teach differently? A common teaching among many Christian denominations is that once you have accepted Jesus as Lord and Savior, you are saved (i.e….Read More
Hail Mary? Why Not Hail Jesus?
“Should you be saying ‘hail Mary’? Or Hail Jesus Christ Our Lord and Saviour? Why is Mary mentioned so much? It should be Jesus. And how is Mary holy? Holy means set aside from the rest. Mary was just as…Read More
10 Things Catholics Are Tired of Hearing
1. “Catholics worship statues.” This stereotype is painful to hear. Not only is this completely false, but it is ludicrous. Despite the fact that there are 801 millions Protestants world-wide, according to the Pew Research Center, my rant will be…Read More