The purpose of this forum is to provide Catholics with an opportunity for discussions that will contribute to the deepening of our knowledge and the strengthening our faith; and secondarily, to provide non-Catholics an opportunity to ask sincere questions about the beliefs and practices of Catholicism, in a courteous Christian atmosphere. Kindly keep in mind that this is a Catholic forum, and as such is not a place for venting of anti-Catholic sentiments or ad hominem attacks. Such posts will be promptly deleted.
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Please act responsibly and appropriately on this forum. I truly believe that free debate is beneficial to the Faith, while censorship inhibits people's desire to post their thoughts, and may actually detract from growth in the Faith. However, I also believe it would be unacceptable to subject the majority of sincere participants to the ongoing inappropriate posts of any individual who is either incapable of or unwilling to participate according to the rules.
Moderators - Paul (PaulCyp@cox.net) and Ed (email@example.com)
Moderators email account - Catholic_Moderator@yahoo.com