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Quick Questions If the New Testament was written centuries after Christ, how do we know for sure that Jesus had only male apostles?
Quick Questions Jesus gave the Eucharist after everybody had eaten, so why do Catholics have to fast before Mass?
Quick Questions What does the phrase "binding and loosing," as mentioned in Matthew 16:19 and Matthew 18:18, refer to?
Quick Questions Deacons cannot celebrate Mass, so why can't women be ordained to the diaconate?
Quick Questions What is the biblical support for apostolic succession?
Quick Questions I am Catholic. A Protestant told me that the people are the church, but I’m pretty sure that is not true. Can you help me? What is the Church?
Quick Questions Do our beliefs and traditions come from God or are they of human origin?
Quick Questions Why is Paul referred to as an apostle when he clearly was not one of the Twelve?
Quick Questions Why do Matthew and Mark list Thaddeus in the names of apostles, but Luke mentions another Judas?
Quick Questions How do we know that the Bible is not the sole rule of faith?
Quick Questions Since we have God's written word, why so much emphasis on oral tradition?
Quick Questions How do we know the successors to the apostles had the same authority they did?
Quick Questions If we dug up a lost book by one of the apostles, could it be added to the canon of the Bible or would that be impossible?
Quick Questions Should extra-biblical traditions have the same weight as those described in Scripture?
Quick Questions How do we explain the conflicting accounts of Judas' death in Matthew and Acts?
Quick Questions Why don't the apostles recognize Jesus after the Resurrection?
Quick Questions What does it mean to say that the Catholic Church is visible and has marks?
Quick Questions Why do Matthew's and Mark's listings of the names of apostles differ from Luke's in listing Thaddeus instead of a second Judas?
Quick Questions Is apostolic Tradition, apart from the Bible, inerrant or can it contain errors?
Quick Questions Is there a patron saint of good deeds?