Rome Sweet Home: Our Journey to Catholicism Setting & Symbolism

Scott Hahn
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The Bible

The Christian Scripture. Scott believes that his faith as a Presbyterian is grounded solely in the Bible but comes to believe that the Catholic Church is the infallible interpreter of Scripture.

Young Life

The youth group where Kimberly and Scott meet.

Humanae Vitae

A mid 20th century Catholic Church pronouncement that the historical ban on contraception will continue within the Catholic Church.

Vatican II

The Second Vatican Council which modernized the Catholic Church in various ways.

The Eucharist

The term given to the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ as present in the bread and wine in the Catholic practice. Catholics believe that the bread and wine shared during their most holy ceremony is literally transformed into Christ's body and blood. Most Protestants believe that the communion ceremony is only a memorial for Christ's death and resurrection and does not include his literal presence.

Intercessory Prayer

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