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Mike McCormick wrote:

Hi, guys —

I am new to this site and want to know how I can be sure that the answers I receive are in line with Church teachings and regulations governing Catholics?


  { How I can be sure your answers are in line with the Church teachings and regs for Catholics? }

Mike replied:

Dear Mike,

Thanks for the question.

In this culture of dissenting, uncatechized Catholics, you have to discern that. As Administrator of the group, I can share with you what others have said and the awards we have won.

Our current priest helper is Fr. Jonathan. He has been a great help.

I hope this helps,


John replied:

Hi, Mike —

Excellent question! The best thing you can do is refer back to the Catechism of the Catholic Church and other Church documents.

It is wonderful that you care enough to make sure what we tell you is correct!


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