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  1. How is it that we can definitively say the Catholic faith is the one true faith founded by Jesus Christ? Why can no other religion make that claim? Why can p...

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  2. Many Catholics are losing their faith due to the changes made in Vatican II (1962-1965) and in the liturgy of the Holy Mass (1969). If you are a Catholic within the Roman Rite and you go to the...

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  3. In this Catholic Faith Formation video, speaker Ken Yasinski offer catechesis on how receiving the real presence of Jesus in the Eucharist is a participation...

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  6. Jun 21, 2008 · (a) Some think this means ‘through the faithfulness of Jesus Christ to all who believe’. This view has been championed by Richard Hays and others. This option reminds us that Christ certainly was faithful to the Father, and that believers are called and enabled to be faithful too (see Gal 5:22 again).

  7. May 23, 2011 · Though I was never 100% sure of either option, I was initially attracted to the “faithfulness of Christ” translation for several reasons that I found compelling: 1. Translating pistis christou as “faithfulness of Christ” avoids repetition in key passages.