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Hank Coll wrote:

Hi, guys —

  • Does the Church have any mechanisms to expose non-Catholics to our faith?


  { Does the Church have any mechanisms to expose non-Catholics to our faith? }

Mike replied:

Hi, Hank —

The Church has lots of material and mechanisms!

If you are a young person, you can purchase a copy of YouCat on-line; they are pretty cheap, and whether you are a teenager or grown adult, you can learn a lot.

It stands for Youth Catechism; it's the Vatican's way of trying to be cool with the youth, after all, we now know that Homer Simpson is Catholic : -) Here are some other ways the Pope and the Vatican is trying to keep in touch with the Youth:

If your a seeking Protestant, no matter what age and don't know where to start. This may help.

There are forums and knowledge bases like:

If someone is interested in Catholic history try this site:

  • New Advent It has the entire 1917 Old Catholic Encyclopedia, indexed by an alphabetic list at the top of the home page.

Our goal at AskACatholic is to supply our fellow Catholic or potential Catholic visitors with the needed resources to be a more knowledgeable, practicing Catholic who will enjoy being faithful to the Church.

I'm sure if my colleagues have any other ideas they will reply.

Hope this helps,


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