Open Forum

Wednesday, Feb 5, 2014 - 6pm ET

My relative is an “Independent Baptist” and they think Catholics are going to Hell. What can I say to them?

What does “analogy of faith” mean? Do Protestants and Catholics use this term differently?

What does the Catholic Church say about the Bishop Siri conspiracy (the bishop that some sedevacantists say is the true pope)?

When we talk about God the Father, I think sometimes we fail to recognize Jesus as God. It seems like people focus too much on Jesus’ humanity rather than his divinity. What do you think?

I’m married to an atheist. Can you explain to me the verse that Paul writes that says one spouse will help to save the other?

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