Q&A Open Forum

Tuesday, Sep 18, 2012 - 7pm ET

Tim Staples answers:

Would it be okay to vote for a politician is living an openly-homosexual lifestyle? What about one who is not open about where he stands on social issues?

Why are the 10 Commandments different for Catholics and Protestants?

I find it disconcerting that many Catholics have an incorrect view of what Christianity is -- what are your thoughts on this?

Would it be illegal to bring my own bells to a parish that refuses to ring them at the appropriate times during the consecration?

The husband of a woman in my RCIA class is asking her for a divorce, but he doesn’t have an annulment from his previous marriage -- where does their marriage stand?

Nuts And Bolts
"Tim Staples, a former Assemblies of God youth pastor, is a convert to the Catholic Church. During his days as a Protestant, he was convinced that the Catholic Church and most of its teachings were ""unbiblical,"" and he used many biblical arguments trying to demonstrate that. Now, as a Catholic, he is a leading defender of the Catholic Church and in this book he gives you step-by-step answers to fourteen of the most common arguments thrown at Catholics."