Q & A

If you have a question or objection concerning the Roman Catholic Faith, please feel free to submit it to the ACLA Apologetics Desk, supported by priest advisors and qualified lay apologists.  You may do so by clicking the link above.

While we cannot provide personal answers by email, we will address representative questions and objections in "Questions and Answers" section of ACLA’s web site.

As Bishop Fulton J. Sheen once said, “There are not over a hundred people…who hate the Roman Catholic Church. There are millions, however, who hate what they wrongly believe to be the Catholic Church.”

To understand the Catholic Faith is to respect it. To respect it is to embrace it, sooner or later, if one has good will and remains open to the action of God's grace.

What many non-Catholics do not realize is that Catholicism is the most logical, systematic and complete body of thought the world has ever known. That is because its Founder was none other than God Incarnate.

Everything necessary for human happiness can be found in the teachings of the Catholic Church.

The individual, the family, the nation, and the world will benefit beyond measure if they embrace the truths of the Catholic religion.

The purpose of this section of the ACLA’s web site is to demonstrate, simply and briefly, that there is a reasonable and completely satisfying answer to all of the common objections to Roman Catholicism – reasonable and satisfying, that is, to men of good will who are seeking the Truth.

Our Apologetics Desk will provide answers to various questions and objections concerning the Roman Catholic religion.

We hope non-Catholics will read this defense of the Faith with good will.  If they do so, in complete openness to the Truth, they will not fail to enter the Church which Christ established 2,000 years ago.

The lives of innumerable converts to the Faith attest to the irresistible attractiveness of Roman Catholicism once it is properly understood. That is why the Apologetics Desk has been established as part of the ACLA’s apostolate.







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