The Catechism of the Catholic Church The Catechism of the Catholic Church is the best source to learn what the Church really teaches. There you will find the proper interpretation of Biblical passages, moral guidance, and historical references. The CCC is a must read! Watch an overview.
Saved by Faith Alone? Are we saved by faith alone, or are good works necessary for salvation? See what the Bible actually teaches on salvation and the Catholic Church’s official teaching.
Gospel Reflection by a Layperson? No "reflection" of any kind may be given by a layperson during Mass except for those brief, prepared commentaries that may introduce some parts of the celebration according to liturgical norms.
Eucharistic Prayer for the Celebrant(s) Alone? Why has the Eucharistic Prayer always been reserved to the celebrant/concelebrants? It is worded in first person plural, and so it might seem appropriate for everyone to join in, as in the Credo?
Liturgy Document: What the New Rules Mean? “Eucharistic ministers” are a thing of the past. They are now to be called “extraordinary ministers of holy Communion.” And decanters or pitchers on the altar for the Precious Blood, glass chalices and earthenware ciboria are no longer permitted.
Dancing during Mass? Although not specifically mentioned in the instruction Redemptionis Sacramentum, dance can be included in the overall prohibition on introducing elements not contemplated by the liturgical books.
Eucharist for Non-Catholics? The Church recognizes that "in certain circumstances, by way of exception, and under certain conditions, access to these sacraments may be permitted, or even commended, for Christians of other Churches and ecclesiastical Communities."
Sacramental Church The Protestant Church is all about the Bible; the Catholic Church is all about the Sacraments. Right?
Are Catholics Un-Biblical? Finding Scriptural evidence for Catholic Teaching. First step: Be aware that the Bible is a Catholic published collection of Holy Books.
What Ever Happened to Meatless Fridays? Are meatless Fridays a thing of the past - a cultural artifact gathering dust in the Museum of Catholic Nostalgia, along with Communion rails and Monday-night novenas? Canon law´s answer may surprise you.