Notable Notes 

The  Papacy

The Papacy is traceable back to St.Peter, and the authority he was given. 

See  Papal succession, 

Vatican Site

http://www.vatican.va

Holy Divine Church

The Bible (I Timothy 3 verse 15) calls the church the pillar and foundation of divine truth's meaning. Her teachings aid greatly, through 21 Ecumenical Councils (Councils where the entire United, Subservient Catholic church come together under the principle "My Peace I give You" and acts 15, to clarify the Gospel in the times), and her Excathedra truths (from (Peter's) "the" chair Acts 5 verse 4).

Catechism

Meaning teaching, from Latin, see our page on the Catechism

Catechisms   http://search.scripturelink.net/catechisms  

Laity

Often called the shock troops of Mother church, the non-ordained members of the church are the front line of the gospel, and charged with educating their  peers about  Truth, and justice, and ensuring that this happens, by the Catholic belief, that no salvation,  or good is achieved in the world, apart from the direct and indirect working of the church, of those who obey  God as best they know how, and seek the truth in right extremity always. In that God is Truth.

Sites to aid the laity

http://kindstuff.scripturelink.net/churchauthority 

The Catholic Equation by kindstuff.scripturelink.net

Why I'm catholic // The need of Catholic Faith

Truth Shown True//Refuting the Reformation

 

Directory of Catholic Sites //sites of use


Documents of note //must use

Saints  // Proving our guardians

73 books or 66 books? - The actual Bible of History

Bible Translations we endorse - The Holy Bible, and her History

Contraception and abortion fought via bible 

Contraception and the bible 

Mereness of Truth // Proving Reality, Our God

Truth, is the Basis Of Christianity //Zeal not wrong, closed-ness to logic erroneous.

Catholic discussion forums // Online forums (discussion with Catholic and non-catholic alike)

Scriptural proofs //Bible on faith

Search //Our search engine

Protestants and salvation // Explaining Lumen Gentium XVI and the possible salvation of "non-Catholics".