GETTING THE WORD OUT

Dear Friends in Christ, In March of 1455 (source) the Gutenberg Bible was published on the newly invented movable type printing press. Before this, producing a copy of the Bible required a year of work at a Scriptorium, by hand. Gutenberg is believed to have printed 180 copies in a year, of which only about…

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The History of Orthodox Christianity

This three-part series is a detailed presentation of the Orthodox Church, Her traditions, and Her sacramental life. Buy and download for only $0.99 to learn about this religion Directors Greek Orthodox Telecommunications Documentary, Special Interest Subtitles English CC

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Apologetics and Catholic Doctrine

Apologetics and Catholic Doctrine Hardcover Almost 500,000 copies of this classic high school text were printed, which was used to teach the Faith to generations of English-speaking Catholics around the world for more than four decades. Its outstanding clarity, persuasiveness and comprehensiveness are totally unique. No popular textbook in English published since it was last published…

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What on Earth am I Here For?

Nothing is more important than knowing why God made you. I am nearly 90 years old, a Catholic and have never learned this in the way he teaches it. I always knew God made us for Himself and that He loves us, but that was it. He made each and every one of us different…

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23 Minutes in Hell

23 Minutes in Hell: One Man’s Story About What He Saw, Heard, and Felt in That Place of Torment Paperback – Illustrated, May 2, 2017, by Bill Wiese  (Author). All of us need to know about this terrible place where Satan will live with those doomed to misery and suffering forever without God, family, and friends. Our life…

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Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception Holy Virgin Mary (Moscow)

The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception of the Holy Virgin Mary is a neo-Gothic Catholic Church at Moscow‘s center, that serves as the cathedral of the Catholic Archdiocese of Moscow. Located in the Central Administrative Okrug, it is one of three Catholic churches in Moscow and the largest in Russia.[1] The construction of the cathedral was approved in 1894 by the Ministry of Internal Affairs under Tsarist…

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