The Information [sic] for Catholics website at Evangelical Outreach (EO) is no place to look if you really what to find out about Catholic beliefs and practices. Oh, that is the place to look if you want to find out the typical Protestant misunderstandings of Catholic beliefs and practices, and a whole mess of illogic, wrong history, and worst of all distortion of the Sacred Scriptures. But, if you really want to know what the Catholic Church actually teaches, Information [sic] for Catholics ain't the place.
On this page, I have some places to look for genuine Catholic information.
(There are more links to on-line Bibles on my CatholicPage.)
Here are some websites devoted to refuting the anti-Catholic propaganda that can be found in some pretty bad Protestant literature, whether in print or on the 'Net:
Some Protestants who have recently converted (or reverted) to the Catholic Church have their stories on the Web:
Many of the preceding stories are from the ICTHUS website, where you can find more testimonies on their God is Alive! (Witnesses to Catholic Faith) webpage. And Dave Armstrong has quite a few Conversion and Converts pages and links.
Andrew Abela has stories of The Great Converts: "Biographies of famous (and lesser known) people who were seeking the meaning of life, and ended up joining the Catholic Church. Say what?!".
And William Klimon has links to Converts in The Catholic Encyclopedia.
St. Ignatius of Antioch
(circa AD 110)
You must all follow the bishop
as Jesus Christ follows the Father,
and the presbytery as you would the Apostles....
Wherever the bishop appears, let the people be there;
just as wherever Jesus Christ is,
there is the Catholic Church.
Letter to the Smyrnaeans
quoted in W. A. Jurgens, The Faith of the Early Fathers, vol. 1
(Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press, 1970), page 25