There are some conspiracy theories that John Paul the first was killed by poison. Have you ever heard anything about this?
What is a Catholic to do if his reason conflicts with teachings of the Church?
Are the stories in the Bible that seem unrealistic, real (for example, Jonah and the whale)?
I heard a Protestant argue that the Catholic Church was at one time Jesus’ Church, but at some point Jesus “took away the keys” from the Catholic Church. Have you heard this, and how would a Catholic respond?
I’ve heard that a Catholic can believe in evolution, but I have a hard time seeing how Catholic teaching can be reconciled with the theory of evolution.
Does all temptation come from Satan?
In the Eucharistic prayers, why does it say that Jesus gave the bread and cup to the “disciples” instead of the apostles?
Why do Catholics confess to a priest?
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