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Deacon Dominic Cerrato, PhD
Emmaus Road Publishing
“No one can serve two masters,” Jesus told us, “for he will hate the one and love the other” (Mt 6:24). Freemasonry in its beliefs and practices sets itself up as another master in opposition to Christ. Learn why the Catholic Church has forbidden participation in this secret society for centuries in Serving Two Masters: Why Catholics Still Can’t Be Masons.
About the Author
Deacon Dominic Cerrato, Ph.D., has served in full-time pastoral ministry specializing in adult formation. He has also taught theology at Franciscan University of Steubenville and Duquesne University of the Holy Ghost along with ethics at Thomas Nelson Community College. While at Franciscan University, Deacon Dominic also established and developed the Distance Learning Masters in Theology Program. He has nearly 30 years of experience in catechetical and pastoral ministry on both the diocesan and parish levels. Deacon Dominic holds a BA in Theology from Franciscan University, a MA in Theology from Duquesne University where he also completed his PhD course work with a concentration in healthcare ethics. In 2009, he was awarded a PhD in Theology from the Graduate Theological Foundation.
About the Series
The Faith Basics series is about living life well. The booklets cover those topics of the Faith that most directly relate to the practical Catholic. Written for the person spread a bit too thin, the booklets are easily readable, coving the fundamentals in few words, while both informing and inspiring busy people to understand and live the Faith. Their convenient size makes them readily portable by purse or pocket. They are economically priced—ideal for distribution in evangelization efforts, RCIA classes, study groups, and outreach programs.
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