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    Peter, The Popes and Mary: Explains Among Other Things Why Catholicism Is Not Considered A Form Of Christianity


    Claremont, CA, February 7, 2017 ? Author Paul Johnson presents Peter, The Popes and Mary: Whatever Happened to Jesus? Demolishing the Seven Pillars of Rome (Redemption Press – December 2016), an exposé of the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.

    On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther posted his ninety-five theses on the door of the Wittenberg church. It was one of the most memorable and significant events in the turbulent history of Christianity.

    For approximately fifteen hundred years, Roman Catholicism (which one historian commented was "neither Roman nor Catholic”) masqueraded as Christianity. One of the purposes of the book you are about to read is to remind all true Christians everywhere that Catholicism is not a form of Christianity.

    Peter, The Popes, and Mary: Whatever Happened to Jesus? an exposé' of the heretical teachings of the Roman Catholic Church, shows how the truths of the Bible and historical reality directly contradict key structures of this religious system. Designed for use as a Bible study, or to share with friends who want to understand Catholicism and/or Catholics who have doubts about what they have been taught.

    In the process of reading this book, you may find yourself questioning not just Catholicism but the Coptic religion and the Greek Orthodox religion.

    This book is written in the spirit of Martin Luther and to continue the fight for truth that he began. May the world recognize what he did for true Christianity on that day, October 31, 1517. May he be widely celebrated on October 31, 2017, and may this book lend a hearty 'Amen' to that celebration.

    About the Author:
    Paul Johnson has a BA from Bethel College, MA from San Fernando State College, and a PhD from the University of Florida. An educator for all of his professional life, he worked forty years with a missionary organization. The author of More Than Money, More Than Faith: Successfully Raising Missionary Support in the Twenty-First Century, he also designed, wrote, and taught a training program based upon the book.

    Peter, The Popes and Mary: Whatever Happened to Jesus? Demolishing the Seven Pillars of Rome


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    The Whole Truth By Attorney Joe Klest Shares His Landmark Journey To Bring Justice For Victims Of Sexual Abuse Against The Catholic Church And Others Yet Takes A Controversial Position In Support Of The Catholic Church


    Chicago, IL, February 29, 2016 - An amazing and liberating story told by the most credible and unprejudiced source, the attorney who has successfully obtained a $28 million jury verdict in one of the highest awards in a sexual abuse case. The Whole Truth exposes the breadth of the media's bias against the Catholic Church using the child sexual abuse dilemma in society as the launching point. There is no statistical evidence that shows more abuse occurred in the Catholic Church than in any other institution or organization. The problem is similarly present across all religions, organizations or nationalities, yet the Catholic Church seems to get an inordinate amount of press on the issue.

    The Whole Truth by Joseph Klest sheds light on the overwhelming reform that has transformed the Catholic Church into a blueprint for prevention and intervention of abuse. The steps you can take to protect your children from abuse and the legal recourse available if your child has been abused.

    Based on the surveys and studies conducted by different denominations over the past 30 years, experts who study child abuse say they see little reason to conclude that sexual abuse is mostly a Catholic issue. "We don't see the Catholic Church as a hotbed of this or a place that has a bigger problem than anyone else,” said Ernie Allen, President, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

    The famous "Spotlight” investigation by the Boston Globe wants us all to celebrate its "breaking” of the "Catholic” abuse scandal. In fact, Hollywood has helped us all relive the well publicized Catholic scandal with the production of the major motion picture, "Spotlight." The fact of the matter is that the Globe and the New York Times and other major media outlets have long been headlining abuse reports involving the Catholic Church proudly on page one, while instances in other religions and organizations received less moderate and standard coverage, or no coverage at all. In fact, the full breadth of the problem has been little discussed. Why? "Because to expose the truth would undermine the most favored storyline of mainstream media – the Catholic Church and its many evils,” says Klest.

    The Whole Truth sets forth facts that every person should know about sexual abuse in America, especially if you have kids. For people who practice the Roman Catholic faith, this is a must read. However, every parent in the country and the world should be made aware that everything we hear, read and see about sexual abuse against children is not always as it seems. The book is especially compelling when you consider the long time author's professional experience. The author is an agnostic/atheist attorney who has made millions suing the Catholic Church and other religions and nonreligious organizations as well as individuals. He has no ax to grind, no predisposition, no prejudice regarding the subject matter. He came upon these astonishing facts in the trenches, helping victims of sexual abuse by clergy and others.

    About the Author:

    Joe Klest is a Chicago native who has practiced law for over 30 years. He is highly respected by his peers and is nationally recognized for his work in helping abuse victims. Mr. Klest has obtained significant outcomes for the victims of sexual abuse and assault. An especially notable result is a milestone victory for sexual abuse victims involving a $28,000,000 verdict in the matter of Snyder v. Kenny. The verdict represents the largest civil sexual abuse verdict in Illinois history and is among the largest in the nation. He is the coauthor of Illinois' 2003 Child Protection Act, which expanded the statute of limitations to allow more victims to sue their abusers, and was a member of the American Association for Justice – Childhood Sexual Abuse Litigation Group.

    He is currently a member of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association. He has argued abuse cases before the Appellate and Supreme Courts. He has counseled thousands of sex abuse victims throughout the United States and around the world, and has handled over 500 sexual abuse cases against both individuals and institutions, including various Catholic dioceses. He is also the coauthor of the 2010 book Illinois Injury Law – A Reference for Accident Victims; a guidebook for people who have been involved in serious accidents, or have family members who were, and need help sorting out the many legal, financial, medical and personal issues they face. Joe also has several years of film production experience under his belt, including but not limited to his recent role as producer of "Defending a Monster”, a feature-length documentary regarding the trial of John Wayne Gacy. Joe is also one of the producers of "Some Girl(s)”, a 2013 theatrically released narrative feature film.

    The Whole Truth: What the Spotlight team of the Boston globe fail to uncover about Sexual Abuse in America By Joseph Klest

    Foreword by Thomas Doyle, J.C.D
    ISBN: 978-1523377114
    Trade paperback, pp 152, $11.95, February 2016
    Available on Amazon in print and ebook formats or directly through the website.
    http://thewholetruthaboutabuse.com/


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BLACK - AFRICAN AMERICAN CATHOLICS
   

  1. Archdiocese of Boston - Office of Black Catholics...
    Archdiocese of Boston - Office of Black Catholics website.

  2. Archdiocese of Washington...
    Archdiocese of Washington - Our Cultures.

  3. Black Catholics African Genesis...
    Black and African Catholics, Initial Church History in the Mystical Body of Christ Diaspora, including Latin Rite, Coptic, and Orthodox Saints.

  4. Black Catholic History...
    Black Catholic History – The Untold Story.

  5. Catholic Diocese of Richmond...
    Catholic Diocese of Richmond - Office for Black Catholics.

  6. Holy Angels Church Black Catholics in the US...
    It may surprise you to learn that the first blacks in the United States were Black Catholics.

  7. In a Word...
    A monthly publication for and about African American Catholics.

  8. Josephites...
    Josephites ordained priests: African men join U.S. ministry.

  9. Knights of Peter Claver...
    Official Website for Knights of Peter Claver at 1825 Orleans Ave, New Orleans, LA .

  10. National Black Catholic Apostolate for Life ...
    The National Black Catholic Apostolate for Life (NBCAL) is ministry committed to pray, proclaim, educate and stand boldly for an end to abortion, all acts of violence and evil, and all injustice that destroys the sacredness of human life.

  11. National Black Catholic Congress...
    The National Black Catholic Congress, establishing an agenda for the evangelization of African Americans; and to improve the spiritual, mental and physical conditions of African Americans.

  12. National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception...
    The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception is the largest Roman Catholic church in the United States and North America, and is one of the ten largest churches in the world.

  13. NBCALife...
    The National Black Catholic Apostolate for Life (NBCAL) is a ministry committed to witness the gift of life in the Black community.

  14. Oblate Sisters of Providence...
    Our sole wish is to do the will of God. Baltimore, Maryland.

  15. Office for Black Catholics ...
    Department of Evangelization, Catechesis and Worship.

  16. Project Reach Out ...
    Project Reach Out works within the Black Community to eradicate racism in the Church catholic and society.

  17. Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament...
    Inspired by the founding charism and vision of Saint Katharine Drexel and empowered by our solidarity with the poor and the voiceless throughout the world, the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament will work tirelessly - in partnership with others.

  18. Sisters of the Holy Family ...
    The Sisters of the Holy Family, an African American congregation of pontifical status, was founded by a free woman of African descent, Henriette Delille, in New Orleans, Louisiana.

  19. Society of the Divine Word ...
    Praesidium Accreditation publicly demonstrates that the Society of the Divine Word, Chicago Province has achieved the highest industry standards in abuse prevention and response.

  20. Solid Ground Ministry...
    A Franciscan ministry with African American families.

  21. St. Alphonsus Liguori Rock Catholic Church ...
    We are a Redemptorist parish, practicing Catholicism in the African American tradition. Our historic church features fabulous Old World architecture, beautiful stained glass, incredible stone and marble work, and one of four surviving pipe organs of its kind in the country. Saint Louis, Missouri.

  22. The Edmundites Society of Saint Edmund...
    Founded as a small “missionary band” in 19th century France, The Edmundites have always served where they are needed.

  23. USCCB - (SAAC) - National Black Catholic Websites...
    Secretariat for African American Catholics.

  24. Xavier University...
    America’s only historically Black, Catholic University.













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