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From the "About" page: "Only Catholic Online, gives the largest and broadest population of Catholics worldwide easy access to comprehensive, educational and timely information about Catholicism, and provides a range of easy methods to integrate their faith into their daily lives. The mission of Catholic Online (COL) is to accurately represent the Catholic religion: its "past" and present. Today, Catholic Online provides over five million pages of content including the largest online historical and biblical database about the Catholic Church including comprehensive information about over 7,000 Catholic saints and comprehensive online scriptures from all books of the Old and New Testament."

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About Us: "We are: Ancient- We believe in the teachings, doctrines, worship, ethics, morality and practices of the Catholic Church. Thus, we embrace the full ancient and timeless teachings of the Church, and any teaching contrary to the Magisterium of the Church is purely unintentional. Future- Christ is Risen! The Church operates within history, the cultural contexts of today and tomorrow. Today we live in the postmodern age, and this is the age in which we must contextualize the Catholic faith. We wish to undertake the delicate task of making Catholic Teaching relevant and meaningful in all contexts, including our own, without sacrificing the Truth Christ revealed to his Apostles.

We are a part of the Catholic Church that transcends regional jurisdictions and time periods. We are part of the living historical community of Christians past and present. Recognizing that to be truly universal we must explore Eastern and Western forms of Christianity, we proudly partner with Eastern Christians. While the Church of Christ subsists in the Catholic Church, we believe that Orthodox Christians, being true particular Churches with valid sacraments, are important ecumenical partners. We seek to be an ecumenical bridge between Orthodoxy and Catholicism, without smoothing over differences, but working together in the ways that we are able based on our current separated status, striving toward a future full reunion of East and West. In this way we are responding to the our Lord's prayer that we may all be one."


Last Updated: 7/31/12