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By Marcellino D'Ambrosio, Andrew and Sarah Swafford
Discover the Catholic Faith's Amazing Riches
What exactly is the Catholic Church?What exactly does it mean to be a devout Catholic?What exactly do Catholics believe?
The Catholic Church is an extraordinary institution. The Catholic Church, which was founded by Christ himself, is where we encounter God through his Word, sacraments, and saints. The Church honestly proclaims the entirety of faith, not omitting any truth. It declares the wholeness of existence, excluding no one.It encourages everyone to repent and believe in God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, who are the source of all life and salvation.
Maybe you've always been a devout Catholic.
Perhaps you're just starting to learn about the Catholic faith.
The beauty and depth of the Catholic Church will profoundly impact you, no matter where you are on your path.
What We Believe: The Beauty of the Catholic Faith, written and presented by Marcellino D'Ambrosio and Andrew and Sarah Swafford, was shot on location in Rome.
It contains the following information:
- What Catholics truly believe
- Who Catholics truly are and how we are called to live
- The blessings of Creation, redemption, and newness of life in the Holy Spirit
- The profound gift of the sacraments, especially the Holy Eucharist, the source and summit of our Faith
- How to imitate Christ through prayer, through personal conversion, and through love for others
- And more!
This Study Set includes:
• The Full-Color What We Believe Workbook – Provides session overviews, home reading assignments, engaging study questions, responses, and talk notes for the video presentations.
• The What We Believe Chart – A visual overview of the life of Jesus plus a summary of Catholic beliefs concerning Christ.
• The What We Believe Book – Dives into the rich heritage of our Catholic faith.
• Online Access for One Year
- Nihil obstat: Rev. Msgr. Joseph G. Prior, STD
- Censor Librorum
- May 11, 2022
- Imprimatur:+Most Reverend Nelson J. Pérez
- Archbishop of Philadelphia
- April 20, 2022