CCH Featured Apologetics Question

reconciliationWhy do Catholics confess their sins to a priest, rather than going directly to God?

Find out the answer here on our website.

Haven’t been to Confession lately? Advent is the time to go. Prepare your heart from Christ’s coming at Christmas by taking advantage of this wonderful sacrament at your local parish.

CCH Featured Apologetics Question

Why do Catholics confess their sins to a priest, rather than going directly to God?

reconciliationFind out the answer to this question here.

Also, check out the great articles on Confession, the priesthood, and more on!

“Confession heals, confession justifies, confession grants pardon of sin. All hope consists in confession. In confession there is a chance for mercy. Believe it firmly. Do not doubt, do not hesitate, never despair of the mercy of God. Hope and have confidence in confession.” -St. Isidore of Seville

CCH Featured Apologetics Question: Holy Communion?

Why can’t non-Catholics receive Holy Communion in the Catholic Church?

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eucharist“I adore You, Lord and Creator, hidden in the Most Blessed Sacrament. I adore You for all the works of Your hands, that reveal to me so much wisdom, goodness and mercy, O Lord. You have spread so much beauty over the earth and it tells me about Your beauty, even though these beautiful things are but a faint reflection of You, incomprehensible Beauty. And although You have hidden Yourself and concealed Your beauty, my eye, enlightened by faith, reaches You and my soul recognizes its Creator, its Highest Good, and my heart is completely immersed in prayer of adoration.” -St. Faustina

Read the rest of St. Faustina’s prayer before the Eucharist.

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Therefore you also must be ready; for the Son of man is coming at an hour you do not expect.” Matthew 24:44

What does the Church teach about the end times and the four last things?

endtimesFind answers on the End Times and Last Things page of our website. Check out our apologetics links, Scripture passages, Catechism references, quotes from the Church Fathers, suggested books, articles and more…

How about some apologetics this Friday…!

“I don’t need to go to Church. As long as I’m a good person, that’s all that really matters.”

“Christianity is no better than any other faith. All religions lead to God.”

How would you answer questions like these?

Check out this article by Deal Hudson, which provides practical answers to 12 common claims that you have probably heard when discussing matters of faith with others who do not share your beliefs: 12 Claims Every Catholic Should Be Able to Answer.

We must never forget to defend the truth of our Faith at all times, even when it is most difficult. As our beloved Pope John Paul II reminds us, “The truth is not always the same as the majority decision.”

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How much do you know about the Holy Eucharist?

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops have some awesome Catechism quizzes on the USCCB Web site to help you test your knowledge of the Catholic Faith.

See how much you know about the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist.

“Holy Communion is the shortest and safest way to Heaven.” -Pope St. Pius X

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Can you prove…? Lesson 2

Last Tuesday, we left you with some articles to help you prove the existence of God. Now, we want to share with you another of Dr. Kreeft’s articles that explains the problem of pain, what Kreeft considers “the one serious objection to the existence of God.”

If God is good, why is there so much bad in the world? Read more about the problem of pain so you can increase your own understanding, and share your knowledge with others to help them grow in faith:

The Problem of Evil

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