Open Forum

Thursday, Jan 16, 2014 - 6pm ET

What is Catholic teaching on people born with chromosomal disorders and it is not clear if they are male or female?

If you don’t necessarily need to be Catholic to go to Heaven, why make the effort to be Catholic at all?

Can a priest offer one Mass for multiple people at the same time?

Why does the Church allow exceptions to the priestly celibacy rule?

Do we know anything about what the fruit was on the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, that Adam and Eve ate? Does the fruit still exist? If so, should we still not eat it?

I was Catholic but now I’m non-denominational. Does the Catholic Church say that I’m not going to Heaven because I know what it means to be Catholic and I’m not Catholic anymore?

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