Catholics, Non-Catholics and Non-Catholic Catholics: And Non-Catholic Catholics

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Xlibris Corporation, Nov 14, 2009 - Religion - 342 pages
Author Constantine C. Kliora writes a highly enlightening book about moral issues entitled "Catholics, Non-Catholics and Non-Catholic Catholics". And just as the title indicates by using the prefix "Non", it is a book of contrariness. It reasonably opposes non-Catholic ideas that unreasonably oppose Catholic ideas. Kliora hopes that the book will confirm the beliefs of orthodox Catholics and contribute to changing the mental attitude of the "Non-Catholic Catholics" He wishes to inform both types, the real Catholics and the so-called Catholics, about the terrible goings-on that are occuring in our Catholic Church in America. Delve into this intriguing yet illuminating read.

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In the words of a Catholic layman, who makes no claim to prestige, the author writes about his Church. He acknowledges his orthodox Catholicism and opposes radical non-Catholic ideas that damage our society. His primary opposition is to non-Catholic beliefs that profess to be Catholic. The author has credentials in Thomistic Logic, Cosmology and Metaphysics. He has a total of six years of Latin study (including high school and college). His formal study of Classical, New Testament and koine Greek during high school and college totals four years. He has read many of the writings of the Fathers of the Church in both languages. All of his College credits are re-corded at DePaul University in Chicago. Mr. Kliora has done informal study of Bible exegesis and has spent one semester exploring the Old Testament at Lake Forest College in Illinois. The writer is familiar with monastic life. He spent one year in the novitiate of the Congregation of the Passion, and two years as a student monk.

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