The Bible is a Unique Book
The Bible is the Word of God
What Is Sola Scriptura?
Why the Bible Alone?
Disagreement among Protestants and Sola Scriptura
Jesus Christ Is Sufficient to Save Sinners Completely
No One Can Merit the Unmerited Favor of God
Salvation, Not in the Sacramental System, But in Christ Alone
Salvation: God's Graciousness in Christ
The Biblical Teaching of Justification
The Roman Catholic Teaching on Salvation and Justification
Five Historical Realities That Are Against an Early Papacy
The Corrupt Papacy
The New Testament's Denial of the Papacy
Early Post-Apostolic Denials of a Papacy
No Papacy in the Early Church
The Patristic Exegesis of the Rock of Matthew 16:18
The Sacrifice of the Mass
A Present Sacrifice for Sin?
The Eucharist in the Early Church
I Am the Bread of Life
The Mass: From Mystery to Meaning
Eucharistic Adoration: Worship or Idolatry?
Born Again By Baptism?
Baptism and Original Sin
Confession of Sin
Confession of Sin
Purgatory or Christ?
Suffering in Purgatory
Rome's New and Novel Concept of Tradition
The Bible about the Virgin Mary
Christian Attitude toward Mary
The Immaculate Conception
Is Mary Our Mother?
Is Mary a Mediator?
Mary around the World (articles on Cultural Marian Devotion)
The Assumption of Mary
Past Popes Taught Destructive Heresies (no salvation without Mary)
Do You Know Mary?
Mary and Catholicism
Mary in Roman Catholicism
Some Catholic Practices Honoring Mary
The Brown Scapular
The Brown Scapular of Our Lady of Mount Carmel
The Brown Scapular
The Rosary, Brown Scapular and the Sabbatine Privilege
Fifteen Promises of the Virgin Mary to those who recite the Rosary
Indulgences promised by the Catholic Church for praying the rosary
15 Promises of the Rosary and 12 Promises of the Sacred Heart
The Miraculous Medal
The Miraculous Medal (picture and description of apparition)
Apparition Chapel in Paris (2 million pilgrims per year)
Novena Prayers to Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal
Veneration of Statues
Statues Which Dominate Chapels
Chapel of Our Lady of Siluva (picture and prayers)
Chapel of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal (picture and prayers)
Statue of Mary, Mother of Mankind (with many candles) (picture and prayers)
Picture of Chapel Honoring Apparition of Mary to St. Catherine Laboure
Infant of Prague
Article with pictures of the statue (clothed and unclothed)
Article with picture of cardinal carrying the statue
Article with several pictures and history of the statue
Article with pictures showing nuns changing the clothes of the statue
Article with pictures showing details of the crown and some of the clothes
History of the Infant Jesus of Prague
Statues With Gold Crowns
(Some Wearing Expensive Clothing)
This article has four pictures of statues wearing gold crowns. Three of them are wearing expensive and elaborate clothing. It also has pictures of two processions with statues. One of them is the candlelight procession in Fatima, Portugal with multitudes of people.
Pictures of ceremony for crowning a statue by 5th grade class of a Catholic school
Processions With Statues
Millions in Mexico Gather for Marian Feast (2½ million people, October 1999)
Our Lady of Guadalupe (8 million people in Mexico City, December 2001)
Pictures of American Hispanics having local processions for Our Lady of Guadalupe
Overview of Recent Canon Law
Has Roman Catholicism Changed? An Overview of Recent Canon Law
According to Canon Law, Catholics are still required to abstain from eating meat every Friday.
American Bishops met to discuss whether or not to require Catholics to abstain from eating meat on all Fridays (1997)
Rules about eating meat on "meatless days" if Catholics have dinner with non-Catholics
Eating fish on Fridays
Days when fasting is required and what Catholics are allowed to eat on those days