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ISBN: 9781608447473
172 pages

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About the Book

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO...

  • Be a better informed Catholic

  • Have a greater understanding and appreciation of your faith

  • Have a closer relationship with Jesus and the Holy Spirit

  • Be able to respond to those who say the Catholic Church isn’t scriptural

  • Know Catholic viewpoint on salvation and its solid scriptural basis

  • Know what happened in Church history century by century, and why

  • Know why the Catholic Bible has more books than most Protestant Bibles

  • Know the role of Mary, the angels and the saints from a scriptural viewpoint

  • Know what God has to say about Christian unity

...then “Confessions of a Born Again Catholic”
by Daniel F. Wiegand is the book to read.

If you have a friend or loved one who has left the Catholic Church this book may draw them back. If you’re a former Catholic or non-Catholic who has questioned the scriptural basis for Roman Catholicism, this book answers those questions. If you’re not familiar with the term “born again”, don’t worry. This book is definitely Catholic and has received the Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur.

In this book you’ll read how attorney author Daniel Wiegand confronted his doubts and questions about Catholicism and Christianity, explored the Bible and discovered all the proof he needed to become a born again, Bible believing, Spirit filled Catholic Christian. You’ll read about the Charismatic Renewal, how it has influenced the author’s life and the Church, and what Wiegand hopes and expects to see in the future.

In other chapters you will read about the scriptural basis for the Mass, about why the author believes the Mass is the most beautiful, complete, symbolic and scriptural form of Christian community worship; and about how every Mass can be a more Spirit filled experience for you. You’ll get a good overview of the scriptural basis for the Catholic understanding of the Eucharist. You’ll find a discussion of the scriptural bases for many Catholic traditions, including some of the most controversial ones like purgatory, praying for the dead, relics, apparitions, the stigmata and the use of statues and images. You’ll also read what God has to say about Christian unity.

“Confessions of a Born Again Catholic” is well documented without being overwhelming, scholarly without being difficult, and honest and down to earth rather than high and mighty. As Dr. Frans Brandt says in his foreword, “it will be a blessing to Catholics and non-Catholics alike.”