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These links by some of the top Catholic apologists make a great reference for answering some of the most commonly asked questions about Catholicism.  Use them for your own study or for evangelization. If you have a site or a link you think we should add, e-mail .

Talking To Non-Catholics
- General Resources
- Salvation and Justification

The Bible
- The Bible - What It Is, Where It Comes From
- Can the Bible Err?
- How We Got the Books of the Bible
- How to Read and Interpret the Bible

The Pope and the Church
- The Church - What It Is, Where It Comes From
- Who is the Pope?
- St. Peter, the First Pope
- How the Church is Structured

Mary
- What Catholics Really Believe About Mary
- Conceived Without Original Sin
- Mother of God
- Ever-Virgin
- Assumed into Heaven

The Saints
- What Catholics Really Believe About the Saints
- Saints - Who They Are, How They Get Made

The Sacraments
- Sacraments - What They Are
- Baptism and Confirmation
- The Eucharist and the Mass
- Confession and Penance
- Holy Matrimony (Marriage)
- Holy Orders (Priesthood)
- Anointing of the Sick

Purgatory and Indulgences

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