Orthodoxy and Catholicism: What are the Differences?

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Item No. 9781888212235

By Fr. Theodore Pulcini

A former Roman Catholic chronicles his own journey into Orthodoxy and examines the critical issues that influenced his decision—including papal authority, the filioque controversy, works salvation, and the "new" dogmas of the Roman Church.

 

Author: Fr. Theodore Pulcini

Format: Softcover, staple-bound

Dimensions: 5.5 X 8.5 inches

Page Length: 24 pages

Publisher: Ancient Faith Publishing

ISBN: 978-1-888212-23-5

Retail Price: $3.95

 

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Item No. 9781888212235

By Fr. Theodore Pulcini

A former Roman Catholic chronicles his own journey into Orthodoxy and examines the critical issues that influenced his decision—including papal authority, the filioque controversy, works salvation, and the "new" dogmas of the Roman Church.

 

Author: Fr. Theodore Pulcini

Format: Softcover, staple-bound

Dimensions: 5.5 X 8.5 inches

Page Length: 24 pages

Publisher: Ancient Faith Publishing

ISBN: 978-1-888212-23-5

Retail Price: $3.95

 

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Clear and Concise

To a Protestant, the trappings of Orthodox worship can look very Roman Catholic. This short booklet clearly and concisely explains the fundamental differences in the outward similarities.
I'd recommend it to anyone trying to explain to Protestant friends and family (especially ex-Catholic friends and family) how the Orthodox church is not the same as the Roman Catholic church. I wouldn't necessarily recommend it for your currently Catholic friends and family, since it is written by an Orthodox priest who converted from Roman Catholicism, and he presents the flaws he found in RC theology and practice.
Posted by Bryan on 28th May 2015