I want to know what your opinion is on taking away Holy Water at the entrance and the drinking from the chalice at communion out of fear of passing on sickness. Don't these things have healing properties?
Can error exist in heaven?
When we have a question, shouldn’t we rely on the words of the bible rather than the translation of men?
Could you comment on these verses about worrying: Mt 6:34, Phil 4:6-7?
What is the process for Catholics to be acknowledged as members of the Church?
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