Intelligent Person's Guide to Roman Catholicism
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Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Number of Pages: 192
Width: 15.6 cm
Height: 23.4 cm
Father McCoy addresses the key questions that non-Catholics - and even Catholics - have about Roman Catholicism. Are faith and reason enemies or allies? Do we need proof of God? Can God and evil both exist? Do we need the Papacy? Is annulment divorce by anothe name? Why are women not ordained as priests in the Catholic Church? What's all the fuss about sex and Catholicism? What is the relationship between Christianity, the other world religions and truth? The ten commandments and the "seven deadly sins" are explored and explained in the context of everyday morality. McCoy shows how Roman Catholicism is fully engaged with the realities of life and spirit.