What is the Catholic view of the Anglican Eucharist?
In regards to Luke’s translation in his last book of the Gospel about what Jesus was eating after the Resurrection. In Jerome's translation he was eating honey and fish and later translations it it just fish. Why was this changed?
In Ezekiel, some say if you sketch some of those visions it looks like a spacecraft. How do I respond to these people who promote the spaceship theory?
About gay marriage: If the state’s definition does not match the Churches definition, should we be trying to affect the States laws? What should we be doing?
A friend was cremated and wanted to have the ashes sprinkled in the ocean, but the family wants to have some of ashes in a tin and some sprinkled in the mountains so that the ashes would be separated. The family is Catholic. When I asked them about Church regulations about burying the ashes and keeping the body and/or ashes together they replied, what about relics that are spread all throughout the world?
When a Eucharistic Minister is giving the wine and some spills some on the ground accidentally, what is the proper procedure to clean up? I see some just wipe it, is this good enough?
My friend thinks the sinner’s prayer is the “Good News” of the Gospel. How can I explain to him that Catholicism is the Good News in all its fullness?
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