By Tom Quiner
God has revealed inexplicable wonders to man down through the ages. It seems at times, though, as if it is only the Catholics paying attention.
I say this as a convert to the faith, and as one with a healthy appreciation for Protestantism and other belief systems.
In one sense, Catholicism is the most explainable religion in history. It doesn’t change. We believe the same things today as we did 2000 years ago. It is codified in the Catholic Catechism.
Do you want to know what the Church believes about sin, the soul, or salvation?
It’s in the Catechism.
Do you want to why the Church believes Christ is physically present in the Eucharist?
It is explained in the Catechism.
Our beliefs are not swayed by the fads of the age. However, they grow through revelation.
I sit at the edge…
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