The Cross and the Mass by Richard Bennett


The Cross and the Mass” Former Catholic priest Richard Bennett shines the light of biblical truth on the Catholic mass. This audio was made at John MacArthur’s Church during the ECFC (Ex Catholics for Christ) conference.

The Vatican’s Meddling in Marriage


Because the correct understanding of marriage is essential to life and many Catholics live with deep guilt regarding the Catholic laws on marriage, this video is particularly relevant. The Catholic Church does not recognize civil divorce as valid. Therefore without an annulment Catholics are forbidden from taking the Eucharist, which, after baptism, is the central means by which they stay on right terms with ‘Mother Church’.
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Two-Edged Truth by Richard Bennett

Part I: Former Catholic priest Richard Bennett shares his testimony exposing the emptiness of devout Catholicism, while also indicting false Evangelicalism in the ECT   “Evangelicals & Catholics Together” document. Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Pinterest Share Share on LinkedIn Share Share on Digg Share Send email Mail
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The Cross and the Mass by Richard Bennett

The Cross and the Mass” Former Catholic priest Richard Bennett shines the light of biblical truth on the Catholic mass. This video was made at John MacArthur’s Church during the ECFC (Ex Catholics for Christ) conference. Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Pinterest Share Share on LinkedIn Share Share on Digg Share Read More
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Can a Priest Forgive Sins?

A confessional is a small, enclosed booth used for the Sacrament of Penance, often called confession, or Reconciliation. It is the usual venue for the sacrament in the Roman Catholic Church. In the Catholic Church, confessions are only to be heard in a confessional or oratory, except for a just reason (1983 Code of Canon Read More
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The Vatican’s Meddling in Marriage

Because the correct understanding of marriage is essential to life and many Catholics live with deep guilt regarding the Catholic laws on marriage, this video is particularly relevant. The Catholic Church does not recognize civil divorce as valid. Therefore without an annulment Catholics are forbidden from taking the Eucharist, which, after baptism, is the central Read More
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The Eucharist

According to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the actual body (flesh), blood, and divinity of Jesus Christ is called down from heaven and miraculously transubstantiated into the Eucharistic wafers. The Holy Bible, however, is explicit concerning the return of Jesus Christ to this world. Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Pinterest Read More

The Mass as a sacrifice 


Christ Jesus suffered as the sacrificial Lamb of God to procure forgiveness of sin and everlasting life for His people. He has legally borne their sins and credited His perfection to them. Christ was the only perfect One that could do so; this is His glory. It shows forth the radiance of the Person of Christ, the wonder Him Who was the substitute for His people. When one sees the Catholic Church proclaim that in the sacrifice of the Catholic Mass Christ is immolated, he ought to be startled. In this clear message, Richard Bennett explains how he wrestled with conflict in his own life.

Salvation from the Sacrements

Roman Catholics live in a world tainted by their belief in the Catholic Sacraments. These overbearing sacraments wreck havoc while they are used in the trafficking of their souls.