Yesterday I offered sauce for the goose. Today we have pumpkin pie.
One of the most astonishing things that I learned when I first began to research the Catholic Church is how badly, how grossly, how absurdly her teachings were misunderstood and misrepresented by Protestant “experts”. It wasn’t just on one or two issues, but on a whole raft of them. I can absolutely confirm what Archbishop Sheen said:
There are not one hundred people in the United States who hate The Catholic Church, but there are millions who hate what they wrongly perceive the Catholic Church to be.
The average non-Catholic’s opinion of the Church is founded upon mistakes, hearsay, and old wives’ tales. I was simply astounded to learn the truth. And this is why I strongly suggest that Protestants get the facts straight from the horse’s mouth. This doesn’t mean that you have to agree with us, of course, but a decent regard for the truth ought to move you to shun all errors—even about things you do not like. And despite what you may have heard we do not worship Mary, we do not believe in salvation by works, and we love the Bible.