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e-Book Radio Replies epub download

Author: Leslie Rumble,Charles M. Carty
ISBN: 0895550911
Pages: 358 pages
Publisher: TAN Books; Reprint edition (June 1, 2001)
Language: English
Category: Christian Living
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e-Book Radio Replies epub download

by Leslie Rumble,Charles M. Carty



Father Charles Mortimer Carty worked with the radio and the press for twenty-four years in the twentieth century. He and Father Leslie Rumble of Australia founded the St. Paul, Minnesota-based Radio Replies Press, through which they distributed thousands of Catholic books and pamphlets.

Father Charles Mortimer Carty worked with the radio and the press for twenty-four years in the twentieth century. Father Charles wrote the bulk of Padre Pio: The Stigmatist while living at San Giovanni Rotondo, visiting the saint. He afterwards toured the United States and gave sermons on St. Pio. He died during one of these tours on May 22, 1964, in Pennsylvania.

4,374 questions and answers on every conceivable aspect of the Catholic Faith by these intrepid preachers. Clear, succinct, uncompromising, powerful. 4,374 questions and answers on every conceivable aspect of the Catholic Faith by these intrepid preachers.

Title: Radio Replies By: Leslie Rumble Format: Paperback Vendor: TAN Books Publication Date: 2001 . Father Charles Mortimer Carty worked with the radio and the press for twenty-four years in the twentieth century.

Title: Radio Replies By: Leslie Rumble Format: Paperback Vendor: TAN Books Publication Date: 2001 Dimensions: . 2 X . 4 X . 0 (inches). Weight: 1 pound 1 ounce ISBN: 089555089X ISBN-13: 9780895550897 Series: Radio Replies Stock No: WW550897. Publisher's Description.

Leslie Rumble’s most popular book is Radio Replies - Volumes 1-3.

Books by Leslie Rumble. Showing 21 distinct works. Radio Replies - Volumes 1-3 by. Charles Mortimer Carty, Leslie Rumble.

Discover new books on Goodreads. See if your friends have read any of Leslie Rumble's books. He collaborated with Fr. Charles Mortimer Carty on a series of books, Radio Replies. Leslie Rumble’s books. Radio Replies: Second Volume.

Charles Mortimer Carty was a 'street preacher' and host of "Catholic Radio Hour," broadcast . Books related to Radio Replies: Volumes 1 to 3.

Charles Mortimer Carty was a 'street preacher' and host of "Catholic Radio Hour," broadcast out of St. Paul, Minnesota. I realized that this priest in Australia was doing exactly the same work I was doing here in St. Paul," wrote Fr. Carty. Publisher: catholic way publishing. Skip this list.

Online Books by. L. Rumble. Rumble, L. (Leslie), 1892-1975). Books from the extended shelves: Rumble, L. (Leslie), 1892-1975: Hell quizzes : to a street preacher.

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Charles Mortimer Carty. Forward - Dr Leslie Rumble, MSC.

Source of Christian teaching Jewish rejection of Christ Christianity a new religion Rational foundation for belief Causes of unbelief. Charles Mortimer Carty. Preface - John Gregory Murray Archbishop of Saint Paul.

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3 vols. 4,374 questions and answers on every conceivable aspect of the Catholic Faith by these intrepid preachers. Clear, succinct, uncompromising, powerful. Best refutation of Protestantism in print. Indexed. Very famous.
Mr.jeka
"Radio Replies" is considered a foundation text for Catholic apologetics. The three volumes are transcripts of a 1930's radio program in which two priests, one from Australia and one from the United States, answer write-in questions inquiring about (or in many cases outright attacking) Catholic beliefs on just about every subject you can think of.
Volume One is fascinating both as a work of apologetics and as an historical document. In terms of apologetics, Catholic positions are stated coherently, concisely, and consistently, with arguments appealing to reason as well as drawing heavily from Scripture. The overriding message is that the Catholic Church is alone the true church established by Christ, and this assertion is backed up with arguments that can not be easily dismissed.
The stridency of tone in this book will sound peculiar to many readers today. Historically, it is interesting to see how things have changed over the last seventy-odd years. Frs. Rumble and Carty speak often of man's duty to himself, to fellow man, and the necessity to submit totally to the will of God. Such talk is certainly not in vogue today. In the strongest language, the priests assert the Catholic's profound responsibility to attend Mass every Sunday, to abstain from meat on Friday, to refuse participation in other religious services, etc. Since Vatican II, many such strict guidelines have been loosened, and one wonders, when reading this, how beneficial that has been. The priests abhor a world of moral relativism, and attribute its development in part to Protestantism, with its ever-increasing theological fragmentation, its substitution of man-made law for God's law, and the crisis in faith and morals that result. (It is important to note the priests do not attack Protestants personally, their good will, or their good works; they object only to the underlying precepts of the movement itself.) When one looks at the moral chaos in our society today, the words of caution and dire predictions of "Radio Replies" seem at times prophetic.
One weakness in this volume-the vast majority of questions (over 1500 in Volume One) are posed by lay people who obviously have little understanding of Catholicism and a highly prejudiced attitude toward Catholic people and practices. The one- or two-line questions are basically softballs, which the priests easily hit clear out of the park. So although "Radio Replies" contains an enormous amount of indispensable information, it does not take on many intellectually rigorous challenges. That being said, "Radio Replies" provides incredibly clear insight on what the Catholic Church stands for, and why.
GEL
Ever since I first saw this book and the other two volumes, I realized how fortunate I was to find it. It ought to be purchased by all Roman Catholics and anyone else interested in knowing about the Catholic faith. So many people, even Catholics who were badly catachized, are in the dark about what its teacings are. This series is so complete and informative that one will never regret purchasing it. It can be read over and over again, as there is so much to learn and remember.
Burilar
A wonderful educational work that is indispensable for the Catholic and non-Catholic alike. For those Catholics looking to understand their faith better and to be able to defend their faith, this book is vital. For others, like me, a Protestant looking to convert to Catholicism, this book was wonderful.
Granigrinn
These books are a must in every catholic home library. They answer just about any question someone may ask about the faith. I bought them for my grandson. They make great gifts for graduation, birthdays, confirmation, etc. Our young people need to know how to defend their faith...these books are a good start!
Iaiastta
Just plain great and easy to understand. The school purchased these for the high school graduates.
monotronik
I love having these books on hand for any questions anyone has about the catholic church...this answers most all questions. I bought these for my grandson who is going to be confirmed this spring. All three books are a must though!
Sirara
I bought these books for my grandson who is going to be confirmed this Spring. They answer just about any question that anyone would ask about the church. It is a must to have all three books in every catholic home!
Answers a lot of the questions people may have of the Catholic Church in a very smart way that is steeped in church history.