Catholic Faith Files

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Catholic Faith Files


Welcome to this series of talks on different topics of the Catholic faith. We hope they will answer some of your questions on these subjects. We are sure you will find them interesting, and hopefully, rewarding.

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What is Belief?
~ What determines what you really believe?

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Who is Christ?
~ The difference between the "Son of God" and "God the Son."


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Heaven and Hell
~ What do we really know about our final destination?

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Passover to Passion
~ A Lenten Meditation on the Meaning of Lent and Holy Week

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Did Jesus Institute the Church?
~ What are the true origins of the Roman Catholic Church?

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Peter and the Keys
~ What Were the Keys of the Kingdom that Jesus Gave to Peter?

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Queen Mother of the Kingdom of God
~ The Five Catholic Dogmas About The Blessed Virgin Mary

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Predestination
~ Does God predestine some to heaven and others to hell?

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