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Christianity, the Catholic Church makes a pretty bold claim: that the earliest Christians were Catholics―and that their beliefs and practices have continued unbroken all the way to the present-day Church. But the Last Supper was a long time ago, and for
hundreds of years Protestants have been attacking Catholic claims about Christianity’s his
toric origins, traditions, and practices. They prefer to believe that the earliest, “purest” Church had much more in common with their own congregations and doctrines. So, how can you be sure the Catholic Church has it right? You’ll get your answer from Joe Heschmeyer (Pope Peter, A Man Called Joseph), who deftly joins the Catholic past and present in The Early Church Was the Catholic Church. Focus
ing on the first two centuries (before any Roman “apostasy” is said to have taken place) and on bedrock principles of Christian belief, authority, and worship, Heschmeyer digs deep into the words and actions of those who live
d right after the apostles to refute anti-Catholic claims of how the Faith was practiced “back then.” Early Christianity is not some mist-enshrouded island of the distant past that was waiting for the Protestant Reformers to rediscover it. No, it’s recognizable and familiar: the beginning of a Spirit-guided line of faith leading directly to today’s Catholic Church. If you want to learn to defend that Church at its roots―or if you’re just curious about what our eldest Christian brothers and sisters believed―you can expect in these pages to be richly rewarded.
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Blessed are those who remain faithful while they are treated by others and forgive them from their hearts. Blessed are those who look into the eyes of the abandoned and marginalized and show their closeness. Blessed are those who see God in every person and strive to discover others. Blessed are those who protect and care for our common home. Blessed are those who sacrifice their own comfort to help others. Blessed are those who pray and work for full fellowship among Christians. Pope Francis. #Jesus # Catholic # Christian www.vaticannews.va/en.html
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histher you’re a history buff, a night owl, an adrenaline junkie or just a rambler looking to be overwhelmed by natural splendor, the list of things to do in Malta is endless. Whatever you’re looking for in a vacation with so much to see and do, a trip to the Maltese Islands is an incomparable experience for every type of traveler. www.visitmalta.com/de/things-to-do-in-malta-and-gozo/
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