Open Forum

Tuesday, Nov 27, 2012 - 7pm ET

Jim Blackburn answers:

Does it matter what color the candle by the tabernacle is?

Can I go to confession as a non-Catholic?

How has the Church been lead through her 2,000 year history to the point where Eucharistic adoration is a central part of worship? 

How do I engage a devout Catholic who is beginning to doubt the Church because of indulgences?

If our children are not Catholic, can we go to events at their churches?

What is the role of St. Raphael the Archangel?

How do I respond to classmates and teachers who use the Book of Hebrews to attack the Catholic Church’s teaching on grace?

In Luke 11:27, is Jesus negating Luke 1, which says, “all nations shall call me blessed”?

Is it a sin to attend a non-denominational Bible study at my college?

My sister has to watch videos in her junior high social studies class which say that Jesus deserved to die and that the Bible is false -- what should we do about this?

Do we have to love our neighbors even if they are mean and abusive?

101 Quick Questions with Catholic Answers: Marriage, Divorce, and Annulment
Selected and introduced by Catholic Answers’ staff apologist Jim Blackburn, this easy-to-follow book aims to help Catholics more fully understand the Catholic Church’s teaching and laws concerning marriage so that they can be assured of always treating marriage with the dignity and respect that God originally intended for this sacred institution.