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Eight Things To Love About the Catholic Church Part 4: Why We Love the Saints

Cynthia Trainque |
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I am the only one in my family of origin that is still Catholic—everyone else now worships at the local Assembly of God. I have been asked, “Why do Catholics pray to and worship saints?” I’m told that it is idolatry, and it takes away from Jesus’ role as the “one mediator between God and mankind”

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Eight Things to Love about the Catholic Church Part 2: Things to Love about the Mass

Cynthia Trainque |
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The Mass—from the Latin, Missa; in Greek, Leitourgos, meaning “the work of the people.” It is the most sacred and solemn action whereby heaven and earth meet. It is the place where Catholics find their weekly (even daily) sustenance before heading out anew to live and proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ in whichever milieu we find ourselves. It is the holiest of hours.

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The Necessity of the Church

Kenneth J. Howell, Ph.D. |
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I believe that a careful study of the doctrine of the Church in the New Testament would lead any honest Christian to realize that the Church is necessary for salvation. The Church is necessary because of what Christ made it to be. Grace is necessary to be saved, and so he made the Church an instrument of grace.

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