Catholics and Protestants–what we have in common:
We believe in the Trinity.
We believe in a personal relationship with Jesus.
We don’t worship Mary or the Saints.
We believe grace can’t be earned.
We believe Jesus rose from the dead.
We believe marriage and having children are good things.
We believe in praying from the heart.
We believe Jesus died to save us.
We are Christians.
We love the Bible.
We participate in community worship and Bible reading on Sundays.
We believe in the sanctity of human life, traditional marriage, the humanity of the unborn, and only voting for those who will respect these truths.
We believe in serving the poor and all the “least of these”.
We believe in the Two Great Commandments and the Ten Commandments.
We believe God is the Creator of all things.
We have a passion for evangelization.
We believe faith in Christ is necessary for salvation.
We celebrate Christmas and Easter.
We believe in living a virtuous life.
We believe in Heaven and Hell.
We believe in angels and devils.
We believe in the Virgin birth.
We believe in miracles.
These are simply a few of our many common grounds.
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This post is dedicated to St. Edmund Campion.