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Thursday, Jun 13, 2013 - 7pm ET

Fr. Joseph Fessio answers:

As Catholics can we say that we can touch and see Jesus in the Eucharist?

What is Pope Francis’ approach to the liturgy compared to Pope Benedict's?

Is it a good thing that the Church does not observe Canon 1153 and 1692?

How can my wife become Catholic if she was once married in the LDS church?

Is it immoral to euthanize a cat?

Is there any teaching that contests that Jesus was an anarchist?

Is there a translation of The Works of Dionysius the Areopagite?

Should I personally interpret the Bible or just have faith in the fathers of the bible?

In my prayers to Mary, it says “sweet heart of Mary, be my salvation,” but how could that be?

A fundamentalist pastor said the world is only a few thousand years old. What am I to think of this?

How does the priest decide the penance in confession?

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