You are here:Home-Resources-Counsel of Chalcedon Magazine-1991 Issue 2-Witnessing to Roman Catholics

Witnessing to Roman Catholics

Roman Catholics differ a great deal one from another. And the Roman Catholic Church is quite different in Ireland from what it is in Holland or the U.S. But in spite of these differences there is a specific kind of religious tension in most Roman Catholics: The typical Roman Catholic is unsure of grace.

This may come as a surprise to some. Traditional Roman Catholicism has been given over almost entirely to structuring, rationalizing, and preparing for grace. This is what Thomas Aquinas is all about.