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YEARS AGO I SAW A NEWS REPORT about the growth of Pentecostalism in Latin America. One fiery pastor had a pamphlet at the back of his church entitled, "Twenty-five reasons why you are no longer Catholic." I became upset when I saw this and wanted to produce my own response. Naturally, I wanted this response to be both comprehensive and overwhelming—hence the thought of collecting and publishing 1001 reasons why it’s great to be Catholic! More than most, non-Catholics should find this book of great interest.
This book does not want to hide the bad things that have happened in the Catholic Church; rather, it simply wants to proclaim to the world some of the great things about her. In the age of the “new evangelization" we should no longer simply cower under the relentless attacks against our Church and Faith, but be willing and able to stand confidently and proclaim loudly why it’s great to be Catholic. It’s not about triumphalism; it’s about truth, and it’s always a great time to proclaim the truth!
"Good historical background."
SISTER JUDE SEAMAN
For more than fifteen years, Robert Haddad has been putting his law, theology, philosophy, and religious education qualifications to good use. Haddad began his career teaching religion and history at St. Charbel’s College in Sydney, where he was Year Coordinator, Religious Education Coordinator, and Assistant Principal (Welfare).
After leaving St. Charbel’s College, Haddad was the Convener of the Catholic Chaplaincy at the University of Sydney. He was also a lecturer at the Center for Thomistic Studies for where he taught Apologetics, Church Fathers, and Church History. He also assisted with Lumen Verum Apologetics and the Catholic Adult Education Centre.
Haddad was the Director of the Contrafraternity of Christian Doctrine in Sydney, chief editor of the revised Christ our Light and Life (3rd Edition) religious education K-12 curriculum, and is the author of various books, including Lord of History Series (2 volumes), The Apostles’ Creed, The Family and the Human Life, and The Case for Christianity—St. Justin Martyr’s Arguments for Religious Liberty and Judicial Justice. He also recently edited a new RCIA resource, entitled Initiate, for use in Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Sydney.
Currently, Haddad is the head of New Evangelization for the Catholic Education Office in Sydney, and lectures/tutors in Theology at the University of Notre Dame, also in Sydney. From time to time he also appears on the Telepace Television Network and Voice of Charity radio.
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