|The Catechism of the Catholic Church|
The Catechism of the Catholic Church is the single most complete source for teachings on the Catholic Church. Here, you will find the entire Catechism on-line, complete with keyword search, hyperlinked references, hyperlinked table of contents and index.
Copyright permission for posting of the english translation of the CATECHISM OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH on the Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic Church web site was granted by Amministrazione Del Patrimonio Della Sede Apostolica, case number 130389.
Apostolic Letters, Encyclicals, and other documents of the Catholic Church.
Our Bible Study notes are provided for the Mass readings for Sundays, Holy Days of Obligation and a few special events. The Bible Studies are listed in order of the Liturgical Calendar. Thoughtful reflection upon the readings in advance of Mass will certainly deepen your personal fulfillment.
|"I'm Glad You Asked!"|
This is also a copyright publication of St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church in Picayune. One day at Mass, Father John Noone asked the parishioners to jot down questions they had about the faith. Over the course of the next year or so, he addressed every one of the questions during an appropriate Homily. The booklet includes every one of those questions along with short, concise answers. These are real answers to real questions! Had a question about the Catholic Church lately? Chances are it's in here.
|"To Tell You the Whole Truth About the Church and the Holy Bible"|
This is a copyright publication of the pastor and parishioners of St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church in Picayune. It is a bird's eye view of the history of the Church and the Bible, and short answers to a few of the most often received questions on the topic. We invite everyone to research history, the teachings of the Catholic Church and the Bible in order to arrive at the whole truth which has been revealed to us by God.
These are short papers addressing specific apologetics issues are provided in this section. These issues are either not addressed in or are an amplification of a topic discussed in either "To Tell You The Whole Truth..." or "I'm Glad You Asked!".