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We already have our first book available in English: Talking with my evangelical friends.

This book pretends to put its grain of sand so our evangelical brothers who want to really know what we Catholics believe can do so, not by listening to what others say, but by ourselves. It is also addressed to my Catholic brothers, because many of them have the desire to learn more about our faith and acquire tools to share.

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Why do we venerate relics?

Why do we venerate relics?, by Father William Saunders

In the article about the beatification of Father Damien, I read that his "relics" were given to the bishop of Honolulu. Could you please explain this and give some history behind it?—A reader in Leesburg.

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My Odyssey from Evangelicalism to Catholicism

My Odyssey from Evangelicalism to Catholicism, by Dave Armstrong

Yours truly at age 29 in October 1987, three years before I was persuaded of Catholicism. At this time I was an evangelical Protestant campus evangelist / apologist at the University of Michigan and Wayne State University in Detroit. I would have thought that the chance of my becoming a Catholic would have been about as likely as growing wings and flying to Mars (without oxygen). But God had other plans for me! We often don’t know what lies ahead in our lives.

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The Myth of the Spanish Inquisition

The Myth of the Spanish Inquisition, by Jon Sorensen

St. Thomas Aquinas' five waysare definitely a key milestone in the history of philosophy. Their purpose is to rationally demonstrate God's existence. How? Well, starting from the wise advice from Aristotle about that, regardless of how we will perform a demonstration, “what is certain is that we must start from what is known”...

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In defense of St. Thomas Aquinas' five ways. A response to the philosopher Fernando Savater

In defense of St. Thomas Aquinas' five ways. A response to the philosopher Fernando Savater , by Dante Urbina

St. Thomas Aquinas' five waysare definitely a key milestone in the history of philosophy. Their purpose is to rationally demonstrate God's existence. How? Well, starting from the wise advice from Aristotle about that, regardless of how we will perform a demonstration, “what is certain is that we must start from what is known”...

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The Blessed Trinity

The Blessed Trinity, from Catholic Encyclopedia

The Trinity is the term employed to signify the central doctrine of the Christian religion — the truth that in the unity of the Godhead there are Three Persons, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, these Three Persons being truly distinct one from another.

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Talking with my evangelical friends about the Baptist Church

Talking with my evangelical friends about the Baptist Church, by José Miguel Arráiz

We reproduce excerpts of conversations between Catholics and Evangelicals from the book "Talking with my evangelical friends", very useful in helping our fellow Christians understand the Catholic faith.

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Talking with my evangelical friends about Tradition

Talking with my evangelical friends about Tradition, by José Miguel Arráiz

We reproduce excerpts of conversations between Catholics and Evangelicals from the book "Talking with my evangelical friends", very useful in helping our fellow Christians understand the Catholic faith.

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Talking with my evangelical friends about the Eucharist

Talking with my evangelical friends about the Eucharist, by José Miguel Arráiz

We reproduce excerpts of conversations between Catholics and Evangelicals from the book "Talking with my evangelical friends", very useful in helping our fellow Christians understand the Catholic faith.

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Talking with my evangelical friends about the apostolic succession

Talking with my evangelical friends about the apostolic succession, by José Miguel Arráiz

We reproduce excerpts of conversations between Catholics and Evangelicals from the book "Talking with my evangelical friends", very useful in helping our fellow Christians understand the Catholic faith.

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Talking with my evangelical friends about the saints

Talking with my evangelical friends about the saints, by José Miguel Arráiz

I recently had the opportunity to talk with good friends on this issue, and I found it useful to keep even retouched and paraphrased, that may help and guide explaining to our fellow Christians of other denominations exactly what we believe and why. The names, as usual I have changed because what matters here are the ideas and opinions.

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Talking with my evangelical friends about the second commandment

Talking with my evangelical friends about the second commandment, by José Miguel Arráiz

Continuing the series of conversations between friends on issues of apologetics, I share a new fictional dialogue where the accusation made to the Catholic Church on the commandments change or maul is analyzed. On this occasion, I have taken the arguments of some Protestant apologetics websites. The names of the parties involved are not real.

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The Seven Sacraments in Scripture

The Seven Sacraments in Scripture, by Fernando Casanova

A reader has kindly sent an ApologeticaCatolica.org a set of texts related to the Seven Sacraments, which he has noted after a talk by Doctor Fernando Casanova. Certainly a complete reference to take into account when explaining to our separated brethren.

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The Social Work of Catholic Church

The Social Work of Catholic Church, by José Miguel Arráiz

Attached an updated summary of the social work of the Catholic Church in the world, taken from the statistical information of the church in 2012 published by Agenzia Fidez.

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10 Reasons Why Abortion is Evil & Not a “Pro-Choice”

10 Reasons Why Abortion is Evil & Not a “Pro-Choice”, by Geoffrey Mull, James Bascom

Since the legalization of abortion in 1973, over 57 million unborn children have been killed, more than the entire population of Spain.  That's 155 babies per hour.  About 1 every 24 seconds.

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Talking with my evangelical friends about calling “Father” to the priest

Talking with my evangelical friends about calling “Father” to the priest, by José Miguel Arráiz

We reproduce excerpts of conversations between Catholics and Evangelicals from the book "Talking with my evangelical friends", very useful in helping our fellow Christians understand the Catholic faith.

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Talking with my evangelical friends about the “Whore of Babylon”

Talking with my evangelical friends about the “Whore of Babylon”, by José Miguel Arráiz

We reproduce excerpts of conversations between Catholics and Evangelicals from the book "Talking with my evangelical friends", very useful in helping our fellow Christians understand the Catholic faith.

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Modernism - A Catholic Refutation

Modernism - A Catholic Refutation, by Raymond Taouk

Modernism is the most dangerous of all heresies because it destroys any basis for belief in a supernatural world, whereas previous heresies had restricted themselves to denying one or more teachings of the Catholic faith.

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Talking with my evangelical friends about baptism of young children

Talking with my evangelical friends about baptism of young children, by José Miguel Arráiz

We reproduce excerpts of conversations between Catholics and Evangelicals from the book "Talking with my evangelical friends", very useful in helping our fellow Christians understand the Catholic faith.

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Talking with my evangelical friends about Images

Talking with my evangelical friends about Images, by José Miguel Arráiz

We reproduce excerpts of conversations between Catholics and Evangelicals from the book "Talking with my evangelical friends", very useful in helping our fellow Christians understand the Catholic faith.

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Talking with my evangelical friends about the Biblical Canon (Part 1)

Talking with my evangelical friends about the Biblical Canon (Part 1), by José Miguel Arráiz

We reproduce excerpts of conversations between Catholics and Evangelicals from the book "Talking with my evangelical friends", very useful in helping our fellow Christians understand the Catholic faith.

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Talking with my evangelical friends about salvation

Talking with my evangelical friends about salvation, by José Miguel Arráiz, by José Miguel Arráiz

Continuing the series of conversations between friends on issues of apologetics, I share a fictional dialogue on the subject of salvation, an important issue because there was the main cause of divisions between Catholics and Protestants in the sixteenth century.

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Talking with my evangelical friends about the Sacrament of Penance

Talking with my evangelical friends about the Sacrament of Penance, by José Miguel Arráiz

Continuing the series of conversations between friends on issues of apologetics, I share a new fictional dialogue where the accusation made to the Catholic Church on the commandments change or maul is analyzed. On this occasion, I have taken the arguments of some Protestant apologetics websites. The names of the parties involved are not real.

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Talking with my evangelical friends about Papacy (Part 1)

Talking with my evangelical friends about the Sacrament of Penance, by José Miguel Arráiz

We reproduce excerpts of conversations between Catholics and Evangelicals from the book "Talking with my evangelical friends", very useful in helping our fellow Christians understand the Catholic faith.

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Talking with my evangelical friends about Papacy (Part 2)

Talking with my evangelical friends about Papacy (Part 2), by José Miguel Arráiz

We reproduce excerpts of conversations between Catholics and Evangelicals from the book "Talking with my evangelical friends", very useful in helping our fellow Christians understand the Catholic faith.

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