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Unmasking Catholicism: What Hides Behind the Modern Public Image?

by Mary Collins

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0595294049, Paperback)

Leading Protestants are turning into Catholic apologists. Pentecostals and charismatics are being drawn to Catholicism by Catholic mystics. Rome's ecumenical strategy is working well.

Official documents from the Second Vatican Council show that Rome's goal is to bring all Christians back into the Catholic Church. The Vatican wants to undo the Protestant Reformation.

Unmasking Catholicism reveals what is hiding behind Rome's modern, ecumenical mask. It presents complex subjects in a clear, straightforward manner, which is easy to understand. It confronts troubling issues with compassion and objectivity.

This book is thoroughly documented. In addition to source books, it gives references to hundreds of Internet articles and pictures. You can check them out for yourself and draw your own conclusions.

Come explore the world of Catholicism, where grace can be "merited," and people atone for their sins by doing penances. We will travel through history and meet some fascinating people (both good and bad). And we will look at some official Catholic documents that show a surprising side of the Catholic Church.

If you used to be a Catholic, there is an appendix that was written just for you. It will be a balm for your soul.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:11:13 -0400)

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