The Mass as a sacrifice 

Christ Jesus suffered as the sacrificial Lamb of God to procure forgiveness of sin and everlasting life for His people. He has legally borne their sins and credited His perfection to them. Christ was the only perfect One that could do so; this is His glory. It shows forth the radiance of the Person of Christ, the wonder Him Who was the substitute for His people. When one sees the Catholic Church proclaim that in the sacrifice of the Catholic Mass Christ is immolated, he ought to be startled. In this clear message, Richard Bennett explains how he wrestled with conflict in his own life.

Salvation from the Sacrements

Roman Catholics live in a world tainted by their belief in the Catholic Sacraments. These overbearing sacraments wreck havoc while they are used in the trafficking of their souls.

Salvation Compared-The Catechism or the Bible

Former Priest Richard Bennett gives a detailed presentation that compares official Roman Catholic teaching found in the Catechism of the Catholic Church and the written word God found in the Bible.

Grace and the Sacraments

Former Roman Catholic Priest Richard Bennet clearly explains how the Roman Catholic Church teaches that the grace  in Salvation is offered through its sacramental system. Thus grace is earned through sacramental participation in the Catholic churches seven sacraments. Truly the exact opposite teaching that is found in scripture and in particular Ephesian 2:8-9. Richard share his personal struggle with this verse as a Catholic priest.

Encounters in the confession box

Richard Bennet a former Roman Catholic Dominica priest of 22 years unravels the mystery and secrets of the confession box. Knowing that your sins are forgiven with total peace with God verses the dangers of confessing your sins to a priest in the sacrament of confession.

Confession box Encounters

In stark contrast to the clear teaching of the Lord through Scripture, the Catholic is taught to look for forgiveness by confessing his sin not to God through the Lord Jesus Christ, but rather to an intermediary human priest.  This is what devout Catholics practice.  The thought behind the practice requires some explanation.  In the Catechism of the Catholic Church, there are seven sacraments to be explained rather than the two scriptural sacraments of baptism and communion. 

Do Catholic Priests Have Special Powers?

Richard Bennett, former Catholic priest for 22 years, reveals in depth the false claims of Rome for its priests. Instead, he points the viewer to the true Source of forgiveness in Jesus Christ alone. Richard also demonstrates that priests are souls in need of salvation themselves from the One true High Priest.

Catholic Sacraments: A Ruthless Trafficking in Human Souls

By Richard Bennett and Stuart Quint   Before a general audience in Rome in 2013, Pope Francis declared: “First of all, the communion of the Sacraments. The Sacraments express and realize an effective and profound communion among us, for in them we encounter Christ the Saviour and, through him, our brothers and sisters in faith. Read More

The Anointing of the Sick

Richard Bennet a former Roman Catholic Dominica priest of 22 years unravels the Biblical meaning of the anointing of the sick compared to that of the Roman Catholic Sacraments of healing.