Item description for Why Is That in Tradition? (T10) by Patrick Madrid...
Overview This book explains what the Church has always taught about hot topics like Mary, praying for the dead, indulgences, the difference between Tradition with a capital T, and the many traditions that are simply customary.
Publishers Description The author of Where Is That in the Bible? tackles the other half of the divine revelation. This book clears away the distortions and explains what the Church has always taught about hot topics like Mary, praying for the dead, and indulgences.
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Studio: Our Sunday Visitor
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.22" Width: 4.38" Height: 0.53" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2002
Publisher Our Sunday Visitor
ISBN 1931709068 ISBN13 9781931709064
Availability 6 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 21, 2017 02:06.
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More About Patrick Madrid
Patrick Madrid is a life-long Catholic. He has authored or edited 16 Catholic books including Search and Rescue, Where is That in the Bible, and the acclaimed Surprised by Truth series. Patrick serves as the Director of the Envoy Institute, which is dedicated to teaching Catholics how to explain their Faith more intelligently, defend it more charitably, and share it more effectively.
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Apologetics about Catholic Tradition Feb 24, 2003
We can't have enough good books explaining the reasons for our Catholic beliefs and worship. Patrick Madrid once again does an immense service to the Church in this regard. A companion volume, also published by Our Sunday Visitor, would be David Lang's "Why Matter Matters: Philosophical and Scriptural Reflections on the Sacraments", wherein many Scriptural arguments for Catholic rites (i.e., the Sacraments) are furnished. This book also has a great Preface by Dr. Peter Kreeft.