There’s always been a “Judas” in the Catholic Church. From the time of Jesus to our own day there have been:
Lukewarm and laxed laity
Restoring Our Catholic Identity is a clear and concise examination of the crisis in the Church today. Written with the average lay Catholic in mind, Paul Nelson lays out in plain English the ways in which we have been misled, the modernist priests and bishops responsible, and how we can reclaim our authentic Catholic identity.
During the last five decades, the Church has been transformed into an entity that doesn't resemble what it had been for two-thousand years. Wayward, agenda-driven, modernist bishops and priests have effected widespread heresies. Poorly catechized and gullible Catholics have bought into what was being peddled to them, believing these perversions to be acceptable within the Catholic Church.
As this trend continues today, Restoring Our Catholic Identity lays out plainly the ways in which the laity have been misled, who was responsible for it, and how we can repair the damage and restore the Roman Catholic Church to its original grandeur.
Brief and to-the-point, with everything you need to know.
Written in plain English for the non-specialist concerned layman.
A clear roadmap for reclaiming our Catholic identity
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Christians Must Reunite
Now is the Time
By: Paul A Nelson
We live in a secular culture where, unbelievably, speaking the truth is politically incorrect.
Political philosophies now govern the thinking of people, many in direct contradiction to what the Church teaches. Christianity is being minimized more every day, and perverse ideas regarding marriage, gender, mercy, and other things are becoming normalized and accepted.
There is a tremendous need today for clarity and truth. We cannot each have our own "truth," as many seem to think. Christ is the Truth, and His Church is the Truth, and the Bible is the Truth.
Within "Christians Must Reunite," you will find clear, concise, and accurate teaching. If you are seeking the truth, you will find theologically correct, to-the-point, and loving words on these pages. It's time to stop dancing around the issues.
Take the eye-opening journey through this short work of love. You won't be disappointed.
Patron Saint: St. Athanasius the Great (Bishop of Alexandria)