Arguments is an association dedicated to resources for catechesis and religion classes on the internet. Originally it was a blog that tried to collect interesting articles on Catholic doctrine and current issues, but then we became a portal with our own resources.
Over the last few years, around 150 people have collaborated with different degrees of involvement.
Most of them are university students from different careers. We also have the occasional advice of some professors of theology, priests or professors of religion and the collaboration of some journalists.
We come from a wide variety of backgrounds, and some of us participate in formative and pastoral activities promoted by parishes, movements or other institutions of the Church. The diversity of sensitivities and charisms of our collaborators enriches us greatly.
At the same time, we all have in common fidelity to the Magisterium of the Church, which is concretized in the centrality of the Catechism of the Catholic Church as a fundamental point of reference for all our work.
We are financed fundamentally by donations and economic management that are carried out. This requires us to maintain a high level of quality in our projects.