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What Catholics Believe ... and Why - Basic Questions and Answers

What Catholics Believe ... and Why - Basic Questions and Answers

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by Mark Neilsen, Fr. Martin Pable
     
 
In one sense the Church is well known in the U.S., ranking as the single largest religious grouping in the country. Nevertheless, confusion persists about its basic teachings. Fr. Martin Pable throughout his many years of work in parishes and in retreat programs, has been giving clear and faithful answers to basic questions about the Catholic Church, always with deep

Overview

In one sense the Church is well known in the U.S., ranking as the single largest religious grouping in the country. Nevertheless, confusion persists about its basic teachings. Fr. Martin Pable throughout his many years of work in parishes and in retreat programs, has been giving clear and faithful answers to basic questions about the Catholic Church, always with deep respect for the person behind the question.

Here is a book for those new to the faith, Catholics wishing to brush up on their knowledge, as well as any person interested in learning more about Catholicism. The book's text is doctrinally correct and has been given an Imprimatur.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012242044
Publisher:
Creative Communications for the Parish
Publication date:
03/03/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
80
Sales rank:
383,440
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

Capuchin Fr. Martin Pable, a popular retreat director living in Milwaukee, WI, is the author of several books, including Reclaim the Fire: A Parish Guide to Evangelization (ACTA Publications).

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