Website Review: Fish Eaters

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Fish Eaters is a personal apologetical site which targets non-Catholic Christians, converts and Catholics. Its stated purpose is to bring people to Christ and His Church. The statement of faith posted by the webmaster is excellent but is seriously undermined by the implicit and explicit rejection of the "New Mass" (The Ordinary Form of the Roman Rite) and Vatican Council II.

The section on Being Catholic has a wealth of information and is tastefully illustrated.

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First Evaluated: 10/23/2002; Last Updated: 07/04/2011

  1. Fidelity: Danger!
  2. Resources: Excellent
  3. Useability: Excellent


  • Many good links, including reference tools, e-zines and portals, Catholic radio, and politics & culture  Resources 
  • Series of questions for non-Catholics to pray about, ask themselves, and research  Resources 
  • On-site apologetics resources  Resources  Example(s)
  • Conversion Stories in Real Audio  Resources 
  • Being Catholic: Traditions, Customs, Prayers, etc. section  Resources  Example(s)


  • Fidelity: The site as a whole implicitly and explicitly rejects the Ordinary Form (Novus Ordo) Mass. Example(s)
  • Fidelity: All of the material and resources offered are pre-Vatican II. Example(s)
  • Fidelity: A "Dictionary of Dissent" Example(s)
  • Fidelity: Link to SSPX Open Letter to Confused Catholics by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre
  • Fidelity: Link to a favorable review of the book, The Great Facade by Christopher A. Ferrara and Thomas E. Woods, Jr.
  • Fidelity: Link to The True Notion of Tradition on the SSPX website Example(s)


Issues > Controversies
Catholicism > Liturgy
Catholicism > Customs & Devotions
Catholicism > Faith > Apologetics

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