Jesus, Buddha, Confucius, Mohammed. The voices of our age increasingly mention these names in a string, as if one is the same as the other, as if all are equal. But are they really? Was Jesus just a good man or God Incarnate? Did He intend to start a Church or was one created in spite of His wishes? How can Mary, a mere human, be called """"Mother of God""""? Why do a billion of this world's inhabitants sincerely believe that what most see as a piece of bread is really their God? Why do those Catholics refuse to take Jesus's body off the cross? Do these questions sound familiar? If so, then this is the book for you, for your family, for your friends, for your CCD students, or for anyone who needs the truth. Taken from his popular Q&A column, no one compares with James Drummey in terms of giving clear, concise, and easily understandable answers for questions about the Catholic faith.