How do I begin to address questions about homosexuality with someone who feels strongly about gay marriage?
What constitutes a personal relationship with Jesus? Can love be separate from the commandments?
How does one set up a communion altar at a nursing home?
Regarding Mary’s purification, what does it mean to be clean or unclean?
My parish has a new ministry called Courageous Heart, possibly building off the ministry of Courage. They use the symbol of the rainbow ribbon (priest and deacon wear these). They use the letters LBGTQIA. Can this really be a Catholic ministry when they talk about gender being fluid and show YouTube videos?
What do I say to someone close to me who says you can’t know for certain that there is a one true Church?
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