We have our faith and a Church that teach us how to practice it. Yet, we must have a broad and understanding mind. All Churches claim to be the “right one” and they have the right to do so because as Christ did teach: “those who are with us are not against us”. Thus we must think: “do they actually cause any damage?”. If they undermine someones, or even ours, faith they do cause damage. If not, well, they are on our side. The most important thing we Christians need to keep in mind, day and night,is to spread The Gospel. Somewhere, somehow we seem to be too busy being Catholics and Christians debating words and split hair over minor issues like “was this the right order of words and if not is…valid?”. It is important to follow the Canon and the right and correct Mass-order but more important is always what Christ REALLY want us to do. To "us"it is important, but to “those others” it have no impact. If someone want to listen to The Gospel he/she must have the right to do so, and in any language or Church available.
To be able to spread The Gospel being a Catholic have no meaning what so ever. What has is the fact that we are Christians. Maybe we have a privilege being Catholics but that is not helping those who are not.
What we know we must preach. What we have faith in we must make others to get faith as well, in that procedure it is not important what word come first. Learn to walk before you can run. Make no mistake, I am 100% Catholic and proud to be, it is a true gift from God, but I am also aware, as I hope you all are, of the fact that in order to do Gods will and share the gift we have received from Him it is crucial to be a Christian first. Learn to walk. Then, if we do it right, we may lead people to “our” Church and faith. Learn to run. And we must also be realistic. Not all will be saved. Not even all Catholics will be. Not all will join our faith and not all will have faith in what we have. Those souls will be saved by God Himself, and His everlasting love, if they do what is right and proper. I don’t know if I will be saved, I can only do what is right and have faith.
Other Christian Churches have a role in this world. They preach and teach The Gospels, maybe not as we want it to be done, but they do bring Christ to the congregation every Sunday, maybe they don’t use the “right” words, but they do what they think is right, and that can’t be all that wrong, can it?
There really is no way for us to know what is right or wrong if we don’t have faith, and even then it can be a bit confusing now and then. For me it is a “dream come true” to be Catholic. I did search, and every time I ended up in a Catholic Church. I defend the Catholic faith whenever needed. I practice my Catholic faith as good as I can, stumbling sometimes, but God is here to help me, as He help you all. God did call me to His Church and here I am, as Catholic as Our Holy Father is, and because of that I also defend other Churches as long as they do what God have told us to do. I defend every Christian Church and I do so being a proud Catholic doing Gods will. So, will faith alone save us? For many it is what keeping them doing what is right, and if our example help, let us give them it. Faith alone will most likely not help “us Catholics” because we know more (or do we?) but one thing is sure, faith alone will save those who God love and those who love God. God love us, and want us to do more, but He will not abandon anyone who love Him because if someone love God hi/she can’t do wrong in Gods eyes.