The Holy Trinity is the mystery of three Persons in one God, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. This revealed truth is at the very root of the Church's living faith as expressed in the Apostles' and Nicene Creeds.
In this section you will find biblical, patristic and historical studies of Trinitarian doctrine, as well as answers to common objections sectors of Protestantism and the ancient heresies that reject it.Ver mas
The term "church" designates the people God calls and gathers from all ends of the earth, to constitute the assembly of all those who, through faith and Baptism have become children of God, members of Christ and temple of the Holy Spirit.
In this section you will find articles that explore this topic. The Catholic faith professes that there is One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church.Ver mas
"And I say to thee: That thou art Peter; and upon this rock I will build my church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it." (Mateo 16,18-19)
In this section you will find biblical, historical and patristic theme studies and analysis of the major Protestant objections.Ver mas
The Latin word sacramentum means “a sign of the sacred.” The seven sacraments are ceremonies that point to what is sacred, significant and important for Christians. They are special occasions for experiencing God’s saving presence. That’s what theologians mean when they say that sacraments are at the same time signs and instruments of God’s grace.
In this section you will find introductory articles to the sacraments.
In this section you will find introductory articles to the sacraments.
The sacrament of Penance or Reconciliation, or Confession, is the sacrament instituted by our Lord Jesus Christ to erase the sins committed after baptism.
The Sacrament of Baptism erases original sin, gives us faith and divine life, and makes us children of God. The Holy Trinity takes possession of the soul and begins to sanctify.
In this section the Catholic doctrine of baptism, and the objections that the ancient heresies and Protestant denominations have done throughout history is analyzed.
Jesus wanted to leave the Church a sacrament that perpetuate the sacrifice of his death on the cross. Therefore, before starting his passion, he met with his apostles at the Last Supper, instituted the sacrament of the Eucharist, making bread and wine into the same living body, and gave it to eat; he shared his priesthood to the apostles and told them to do the same in his memory.
The apostolic proclamation, that is, Tradition is necessary to enter the understanding of Scripture and capture in it the voice of Christ.
Following the Protestant Reformation, Protestantism under the banner of sola Scriptura and private judgment rejecting the Tradition of the Church and its authority as the definitive interpreter of it. In this section consistent such meditates and it analyzes consequences.
This section studies related to the doctrine of justification and salvation respect to Catholic doctrine, and the various Protestant objections are addressed.
the doctrine of Sola Fides, Protestant doctrine that rejects the collaboration of freewill as a collaborator of grace in the saving work is also analyzed.
In relation to the Blessed Virgin Mary, the dogmas of faith defined by the Church throughout history are the divine motherhood of Mary, her perpetual virginity, her immaculate conception and her assumption into heaven. Protestants generally reject all the Marian dogmas. This section delves into these dogmas and major Protestant objections are analyzed.
There are three states of the church until the coming of the Lord. The Church Militant, the Church Suffering and Church Triumphant, all in communion.
We believe that those who belong to the Church Triumphant can intercede for us before God to give us their timely assistance and help us on our way to Him. The angels who are in communion with God and constantly see your face can also intercede for us.
Sacred images are a stimulus for faith. We venerate the image he represents not the object itself or representation.
One of the most frequent objections is accusing Protestant as idolatry veneration of images. In this section these objections in the light of Scripture are analyzed.
In this section you will find articles related to Biblical Canon, its development, and the most common Protestant objections to reject the deuterocanonical books (called by them "apocryphal")
Eschatology refers to a set of beliefs and doctrines concerning life after death.
In this section related to the Last Judgment, the immortality of the soul, Heaven, Hell, Purgatory and any related issues are discussed articles.
Investigate the faith of the early Church and the parents of the Church has helped thousands of Protestants to realize the error of reformers in rejecting the faith of those who received the gospel directly from the apostles and their successors.
No lack however, who try to use the patristic texts to attack the faith of the Church.
In the term Protestant Christian denominations and sects one that had their starting point with Martin Luther in Germany in 1517. Luther began by denying indulgences, then the authority of the Pope, and finally ended up falling into all kinds of errors are included.
This section describes the causes of reform and the most important denominations and sects emerged from it are studied.
Throughout the centuries they have been born several black legends about the Church that have come to replace in the minds of many to the true story. These stories and legends are sometimes accepted uncritically.
It is important to have a rigorous historical knowledge, so far from groundless apology as sectarian propaganda. The truth in this case, the historically truth makes us free.
The term Atheism, in its etymological notion, refers to the absence of belief in the existence of any God. Being an atheist, or embrace atheism, it is to deny that there is a God, or deny that there are gods, or deny that there is any reality that can be called divine, or all these things at once.
In this section you will find interesting articles related to atheism including analysis of the most frequent objections raised by atheists to the Christian faith.
This section try to collect testimonials from people who have experienced interior conversion and embraced the Catholic Christian faith.
We include testimonies of Protestants, religious or even of our own readers wanting to enrich our site have shared with us their experiences on their way back home shepherds.
Respect for life is a fundamental human right, however there are countries that have legalized abortion and euthanasia. They more children have been killed by abortion, that people in the Second World War.
Catholics should not rest when it comes to defending life, and be "light of the world" and "salt of the earth". In this section you will find excellent articles in favor of the right to life.
The New Age is a religious movement that usually replaces God for "energy". This energy is to be used to achieve self-realization. To this end each adopts beliefs and practices among a multitude of possibilities derived from all existing religions and new ideas that continually arise.
The veneration of saints and offal not distract us, but rather bring us closer to Jesus, which they were packed.
The relics are just poor and fragile than their bodies and belongings were signs, and through these dim, small signs God wants to manifest His presence, His power and glory.
Increasingly boom rejection and cruelty against those who believe in Christ and his Catholic Church spreads. Defamation, slander, ridicule and vituperation; terrorism and persecution in various parts of the world, even with increasing frequency on the Internet; frontal attacks against the practice of Christianity paradoxically in the name of religious freedom.
The Lefebvre reject Vatican II and the teaching of the popes after him. His position as they themselves have set is: " We refuse and have always refused to follow the Rome of neo-modernist trend and neo-Protestant who was clearly evident in the Second Vatican Council and after the Council in all the reforms that this They left"
It is not uncommon to find people who profess themselves Catholics but advocate that the Church give in on issues such as gay marriage, abortion, euthanasia, human cloning, child sex, etc. They deny the dogmas either explicit or disguised form. A heterodox supporters of this current are called "progressive"
In this section you will find church documents: encyclicals, constitutions, Apostolic Letters, bulls, apostolic exhortations, etc. Apologetics also occasionally find related articles to them.
In this section we share various topics related to apologetics, such as priestly celibacy, food prohibitions for Christians, tithing, etc.