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Any Friend of God's Is a Friend of Mine: A Biblical and Historical…

by Patrick Madrid

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Collection of Saints
  holyfamily | Mar 21, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 096426109X, Paperback)

The best ever explanation of the Catholic doctrine of the communion of saints written for a popular audience. Patrick Madrid explains in a clear, easy-to-follow style why Catholics pray to and honor Mary and the saints. Using the Bible and the testimony of the early Church Fathers, he provides a concise overview of the biblical and historical foundations of this often misunderstood Catholic doctrine. He also walks you through the standard anti-Catholic arguments against praying to Mary and the saints and demonstrates from the Bible why these arguments are themselves unbiblical.

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