The Sabbath

While Jewish people continue to observe the Sabbath on the seventh day of the week, Catholics worship on Sunday, the eighth day, when Jesus...

Catholic Apologetics

So that others can know the truth, all Catholics should be able to clearly present what the Catholic Church teaches, and they should be...

A Tour of a Catholic Church

A Catholic church is a building set apart for the public worship of God. As an image of the heavenly Jerusalem, the very structure...

Heresy

Heresy is the persistent denial of the infallible teaching of the Catholic Church. A baptized Christian who teaches what is contrary to the indispensable...

Sola Scriptura

Sola Scriptura, or the Bible alone, is a Protestant doctrine that says that Scripture is the only valid source for Christian teaching about faith...

Confessing to a Catholic Priest

As God, Jesus has the authoritiy to forgive sins. He shared this authority with the Apostles and this same authority and power continues to...

The Seven Deadly Sins

The traditional seven deadly sins are not necessarily sins but are vices that are in opposition to the virtues that give man the ability and...

Sitting, Standing, and Kneeling

The Catholic Church teaches that the liturgy celebrated here on Earth is a participation in the heavenly liturgy. Certain postures, along with other gestures,...
Miracles

Miracles

Many things are referred to as “miracles” but a true miracle is a sign of divine intervention, when God enters into our world and...
Relativism

Relativism

Relativism is the belief that there is no absolute or objective truth. Instead, the relativist believes that truth is subjective and that what is...