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Catholic Christianity and Modern Unbelief By Right Rev. J. D. Ricards, D.D.
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Originally published in 1883, the full title of this book is: "Catholic Christianity and Modern Unbelief: a Plain and Brief Statement of the Real Doctrines of the Roman Catholic Church, as... More > opposed to those falsely attributed to her, by Christians who reject her authority; and by unbelievers in Revelation; that thus a Contrast may be easily drawn between the 'Faith once Delivered to the Saints' and the Conflicting Theories, and scientific guesses of the present age; and serving as a Refutation to the assaults of Modern Infidelity." What more can be said? This book is a photographic reprint of the 1884 edition by Benziger Brothers.< Less
Catholic Tales And Christian Songs By Dorothy Sayers
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A collection of Dorothy Sayer's Poetry. Dorothy Sayers, British author, translator and Christian humanist. She was also a student of classical and modern languages. She is best known for her... More > mysteries, a series of novels and short stories set between World War I and World War II that feature English aristocrat and amateur sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey. However, Sayers herself considered her translation of Dante's Divina Commedia to be her best work.< Less
Catechism of the Independent Catholic Christian Church By Timothy Cravens
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The official Catechism of the Independent Catholic Christian Church -- a revision and expansion of the Catechism from the 1979 Book of Common Prayer to reflect the doctrinal heritage of the ICCC,... More > together with other confessional materials.< Less
Catechism of the Independent Catholic Christian Church By Timothy Cravens
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The official Catechism of the Independent Catholic Christian Church -- a revision and expansion of the Catechism from the 1979 Book of Common Prayer to reflect the doctrinal heritage of the ICCC,... More > together with other confessional materials.< Less
Why I Became A Catholic Christian By Dillon Barker
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Almost every person I've ever told about my decision to convert from Southern Baptist to Roman Catholic has been surprised. It has been unusual, to say the least, for someone with my upbringing,... More > education, and Christian formation to choose to make that journey, particularly not without a mixed marriage to provide at least a partial motive. More than just autobiography, I hope that this little volume also serves as a sort of bridge to share with those unfamiliar with the Church's teachings the beauty and truth of the Catholic Faith and to help dispel some of the misinformation that exists, particularly among evangelicals, about what Catholics believe. This is the story and theology behind my conversion to the Catholic Faith: why I became a Catholic Christian.< Less
In Defense of the Catholic Faith By Christian Willett
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Christian Willett, a sophomore in High school, grew increasingly interested in the intellectual basis for his Christian Faith. Recently, however, he has encountered objections to the Christian Faith... More > by modern writers, commonly referred to as the “New Atheists” movement. And this would be his response, In defense of the Catholic Faith.< Less
A Catholic Alphabet By Kathy Shaidle
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This collection features Kathy Shaidle's series of columns for the Catholic Register. Each "bite sized" chapter uses humor and pop culture references to bring Catholic teaching... More > alive. This is NOT a stuffy, stuck-up tome about "Our Blessed Mother," written by some old guy who still thinks Sony Walkmans are the latest thing. I wrote the columns in A Catholic Alphabet for myself as much as my readers. I wanted to force myself to learn about the Assumption, and different old heresies, and other things I was pretty sure I understood but maybe not 100 percent. I'm an ex-punk and a movie & TV junkie, and these columns reflect that. If you're a Vatican II baby like me -- or even if you aren't -- these mini-essays will give you a fresh perspective on traditional teachings. Some courageous souls have even used A Catholic Alphabet when teaching RCIA, which is very flattering and as good a recommendation as I can imagine!< Less
Mormons & Catholics By Mark E. Foster
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Will we all quit fighting and prepare for Christ's Second Coming? We are Christians and must become one through Christ.
Catholics and the Negro By Carter G. Woodson, Joseph Butsch
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In order to understand and to gain an adequate idea of what Catholics and their ancient Church have done for the American Negro, it is necessary to take into account the facts and testimony of... More > impartial history in regard to human slavery among the nations, and the influence which the Roman Catholic Church brought to bear on that institution. We must study and remember the conditions and customs in pre-Christian times in regard to slaves, and we should also note the gradual transition from the state of things existing in the heathen world to that prevailing in our modern Christian civilization.< Less
The Catholic Religion By Vernon Staley
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“The Catholic Religion” is a dogmatic theology and a handbook for catechesis in the Anglican tradition. Staley walks the reader through the history of the Christian faith with special... More > attention to the Creeds and essential doctrines like the Trinity and the Incarnation. The book also addresses the Church’s worship and the duties of the Christain life. Staley takes a decidedly high-church approach to the subejcts he discusses, but in doing so demonstrates that the opposite of Catholic is not Protestant, but heretic. “The Catholic Religion” is an excellent resource for both clergy and laymen who desire a deeper understanding of the Anglican tradition, especially from an Angl-Catholic perspective.< Less