Our Mission

BACKGROUND

The Internet has become an essential tool for study, research and entertainment.  If we know how to use it, it would be the best tool for communication, evangelization, propagation and defending our Catholic Faith, especially for youth and family.

In his message for the 46th World Social Communication on January 24th, 2012, Pope Benedict XVI said: “The process of communication nowadays is largely fuelled by questions in search of answers. Search engines and social networks have become the starting point of communication for many people who are seeking advice, ideas, information and answers. In our time, the internet is becoming ever more a forum for questions and answers – indeed, people today are frequently bombarded with answers to questions they have never asked and to needs of which they were unaware…. Attention should be paid to the various types of websites, applications and social networks which can help people today to find time for reflection and authentic questioning, as well as making space for silence and occasions for prayer, meditation or sharing of the word of God.”

OUR MISSION

As parents and catechists, our Mission is to transmit our Catholic Faith to our children and students, so that they can encounter Our Lord Jesus Christ and live a life according to His Teaching that He committed to His One Catholic and Apostolic Church.  We also feel obligated by the Lord to share what we  found useful and faithful to the Catholic Faith on the Internet so that other parents, catechists and young people can have a reliable source of answers for their questions about faith and morality in one place, and  avoid the websites that are either anti-Catholic or unfaithful to the teaching of the Catholic Church.

OUR METHOD

We constantly research the Internet for answers about questions concerning the topics of importance to the Catholic Faith such as:

  • Belief in God, in the Holy Trinity and Jesus Christ
  • The Church and the Bible
  • The Church and Sacraments
  • Our Mother Mary and the Saints
  • Catholic Morality
  • Catholic Social Teaching
  • Current Issues
  • Answer to the questions about “why Catholic do this, or believe in that?…”

We read them to see if they are faithful to Our Faith and if the authors give permission, we will post them on this website, if not we will put the link on this website.