Anti-Catholic Myths Debunked

Five Common Misconceptions Answered and Explained


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Have you had to answer these critiques?

The Catholic Church withholds the Bible from Catholics.

The Catholic Church blindfolds reason with art, music, and sentimentalism.

The Catholic Church wrongly promotes worship of Mary and the saints.

Many good people reject the Catholic Church for what they consider to be its absurd teachings. In these pages, Archbishop Patrick John Ryan shows that these souls are mistaken not in condemning absurd teachings, but in believing those teachings to be Catholic.

Archbishop Ryan considers the most common charges levied against Catholicism, showing that not only are those scorned doctrines not Catholic, they're condemned by the Church! Here are just a few of the common misconceptions that are corrected in this book:

  • That the Church claims to endow its priests with the power of forgiveness, a power reserved to God alone
  • That Catholics believe inanimate objects (such as relics and holy water) can perform miracles
  • That Catholics pray as well to statues, images, and relics, offering them worship that belongs to God alone
  • And many more surprising charges!

This book is no catechism nor is it meant to be; reading it won't make a person Catholic. But it wi(more...)

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  • Pages: 120
  • Format(s): Paperback, eBook
  • ISBN: 978-1-622823-567
  • Product Code: 3567
  • Availability: In Stock
  • Publication Date: November 08, 2016
  • Categories: Apologetics, By Title, eBooks

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