How Well Do You Know the Faith?
Where is that in the Bible? Why do you Catholics worship Mary? How can you believe in those old superstitions? The list goes on.
You’ve heard the questions, but do you know the answers? Can you really defend your faith?
We’re here to help.
Our newest series, We Believe, is an accessible and essential guide to understanding the teachings of our Catholic faith so that you can defend it and bring others to the Church.
Discover the Truth
There’s a lot of bad information out there. Catholics are sometimes surprised when they learn the truth about the Faith.
Have you ever been told that we don’t need the sacraments? Or that the Eucharist is just a symbol of our unity? How about the claim that Catholics added “extra” books to the Bible?
None of those claims are true, but most Catholics don’t know how to respond. Do you?
In this 30-day series, we’ll walk you through what the Catholic Church actually teaches, so you can know your faith better, live it out, and share it with others.
Get the Answers You NEED to Know
In the past 50 years, many Catholics haven’t been given the education they deserve. We Believe will give you that education so that you can understand your faith more deeply and defend it.
Each day we’ll answer a real-world question or objection that Catholics hear all the time:
- “Why do you have a pope?” (Session 4)
- “Are you saved?” (Session 9)
- “Why do you have priests?” (Session 17)
- “That’s just your truth, but it’s not my truth.” (Session 22)
- “Catholicism is a religion of hate!” (Session 30)
Get clarity on complex issues, and the tools you need to talk about them with others.
How Does It Work?
You can access the full series when you purchase. Each day you will also receive an email reminder linking you to the daily content posted right here at GoodCatholic.com. You’ll be able to repeat the series as often as you wish for one full year. Don’t wait! Subscribe today.
Father Ken Geraci, CPM
Fr. Ken Geraci, CPM lived the life of the prodigal son for most of his young adult life. Raised in a typical 1980s Catholic family, who only lived the externals of the faith, Fr. Ken left the Church. He spent years focused on money, fitness, and success. Very successful in business, he made little room for God—but God did not give up on him. During this journey, God presented him with challenges that forced him to reconsider his beliefs and answer the question “What is Truth?” Through years of struggle, study, and questioning, Fr. Ken found his way from agnosticism to non-denominational Christianity and ultimately, back to the Catholic Church. Fr. Ken joined the Fathers of Mercy in 2006 and was ordained in 2012. For two years he served as an associate pastor of a medium-sized parish and currently serves as a Missionary, webmaster, and vocation director for the Fathers of Mercy. Fr. Ken has a deep understanding of the personal and societal pressures that individuals face when wrestling with their faith. He has much experience with apologetics, having spoken to people coming from all stages of the journey—including those who love Christ as well as those who “hate coming to church.” Fr. Ken was the video host for the Good Catholic series We Believe.
Peter Gohn, a proud Irish Catholic and Massachusetts native, studied History and Theology at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. He then spent several years teaching at Christ the King Catholic High School near Charlotte, North Carolina, while also working as a freelance editor. He joined The Catholic Company in 2017 and became a key member of the Good Catholic project soon after it was launched. When not writing, Peter is likely to be found re-reading his many books, playing his piano, or watching Boston sports. His deep love of ancient and medieval history lends itself to unpacking the many rich traditions of our Catholic faith. He and his wife currently reside in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Genevieve Netherton, a native of Pennsylvania, was raised in a large Catholic family of nine children. She studied at the Franciscan University of Steubenville and received spiritual formation from the Poor Clare Nuns of Perpetual Adoration in Hanceville, Alabama. She is an editor, writer, and marketer for Good Catholic; a content writer for The Catholic Company; a blog contributor for Catholic Company Magazine; and a freelance manuscript editor for fiction, non-fiction, and collections of poetry. Her writing has been published by DKA Magazine, Humane Pursuits, and the acclaimed Catholic quarterly Dappled Things. She currently lives in California with her career-Navy husband.
We Believe goes way beyond what I learned in RCIA last year! I can tell that, already. Father Geraci explains very well the fullness of the Catholic faith and the one true path, and clarifies Saint Peter’s unique role of “Leader Disciple” given by Jesus, which didn’t really come across during our Catechism studies.
I love this series above all others. I am learning and re-learning so much!
Never ceases to amaze me how much I learn from these programs. I’m already in love with and hooked on this series.
I am enjoying We Believe so much! Today’s session (Day 4) is fascinating! And it answers questions I have had myself, while giving me what I need to respond to my Protestant friends’ questions.
We Believe brings the richness of our faith. I love how it helps me to understand how God puts everything together! Nothing is by accident. I love Father Geraci and his inspiring reflections.
This series is going to be one that I will do again and again so much information. Printing off Father explanation. Thank you Father Geraci for giving us this opportunity to learn so much more about our faith. You are so Blessed.
I am learning so much with We Believe.
Fr. Geraci is awesome
Father Geraci is incredible – each day I can’t wait to hear his next reflection!
Love this series. Thank you, Father Geraci
I’m really enjoying We Believe…learning so much.
Father Geraci is amazing. I could listen to him all day long. God has truly truly blessed this man. As always, God knew what he was doing when He called this man to the priesthood.