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In a letter that I received dated February 14, 2007, from the Secretary to Cardinal O'Malley:

Cardinal Sean O'Malley asked me to acknowledge his receipt of your recent letter and to reply on his behalf. Thank you for providing us with an update on the Christifideles Pizza and Theology Society and your website.

Please know that the Cardinal appreciates your efforts to promote the teachings of the Catholic Church and to help people have a better understanding what it means to be a Catholic.

Sincerely yours in Christ,

Rev. Robert T. Kickham
Secretary to the Cardinal

 

From Our Cardinal, Cardinal Sean O'Malley
 

 

If you have questions about the Faith, you'll be happy to learn of the Christifideles Pizza and Theology Society, a group of outstanding Catholic apologists long active in various ways on the Internet, who will now answer questions on a new web site at http://www.cpats.org.

PetersNet
 

 

You guys are doing great work!

 

Patrick Madrid
 

 


CPATS provides apologetic resources. If you have a specific question you can ask one of their apologists. This site also has a theological discussion forum and a variety of online documents.

 

Catholic World
 

 

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[The] Christifideles Pizza and Theology Society — A fun name befits a fun and interesting Web page. This page is a showplace for a good idea, namely, getting faithful Catholics together in local apologetics groups. Catholics need this desperately. With so much active dissent coupled with even more apathy in the Church, it's easy to feel isolated if you really seek to be faithful to Catholic teaching. Getting together even every other month with like-minded Catholics is a huge boost for morale.

The Christifideles Pizza and Theology Society is one such group in the Boston area. The site has a nifty ongoing discussion group that will give you a flavor of the kind of thing you could do live and in person in your own home. And for those with questions about the Catholic Faith, there's a panel of lay apologists ready to take your questions via e-mail on topics such as Scripture, liturgy, sacraments, cults and salvation outside the Church. Just send them your question and get a personal response.

This is a great idea; some Catholic apologetics organizations are simply swamped with questions, so spread 'em out a little and give these pizza guys a chance to help you out.

 

May/June 1998 edition of "Envoy" Magazine Site Seeing by David Palm
 

 

Apologetics and more for young people. These guys make me wish we lived nearby so that my children could finally meet some nice marriage prospects.

 

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