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What Roman Catholics Really Believe: Can the Virgin Mary Save You?

Grace and peace, Saints. Bible-believing Protestant Christians are aware that the Roman Catholic Church exalts the Virgin Mary into the place of  the Lord Jesus Christ and even above Him. One way they do this is by calling the Virgin … Continue reading

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What Roman Catholics Really Believe: What Is Lent?

Grace and peace. Today is Ash Wednesday, which marks the beginning of the Roman Catholic celebration of Lent. A Practical Catholic Dictionary defines Lent as: “The period of forty days from Ash Wednesday to Holy Saturday during which by prayer … Continue reading

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What Roman Catholics Really Believe: Who Is The Morning Star, Jesus or the Virgin Mary?

Grace and peace, Saints. Page 135 of A Practical Catholic Dictionary defines a litany as “A prayer of devotion consisting of short invocations followed by responses.” It goes on to say, “In the invocations, Our Lord, Our Lady, or the … Continue reading

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What Roman Catholics Really Believe: Was Jesus The First Catholic Priest?

Grace and peace, Saints. Roman Catholics are very adamant that Jesus Christ instituted the Roman Catholic Church when He told the Apostle Peter “Upon this rock I will build my church” (Matthew 16:18). Never mind that Jesus Christ was referring … Continue reading

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