"Dear Father" | Can nonCatholics go to heaven?
Submitted on February 04, 2010
By Msgr. Matthew Mitas
Q. What is the Church’s teaching on nonCatholics going to heaven? I thought we taught that nonCatholics can and do go there. Is there any truth to this?
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