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Abraham had faith, should we have the same kind of faith, that we might be healed, if we pray to be healed?

In generational sin, does the father have to repent and confess so that the sin does not affect his descendants?

3. Bob, Maine, The Presence Radio… In the finding in the temple Jesus was left for three days; in the Resurrection Jesus was gone for three days -- is there any relation here?

At Mass the priest made an announcement for a wine and cheese social hosted by the LGBT group. Should the Church be hosting events by these groups?

I’m talking to a Protestant about the Eucharist. He says we take that passage literally, but not the passage about plucking out your eye if it causes you to sin. Why do we interpret the Bible literally in one place and not the other?

What is the difference between the 1st and 2nd Catholic edition of the RSV. How did the RSV translation come about?

What does the Church teach about the three days of darkness?

What date did the transcription error come about in the Vulagte? Is the quote from St. Jerome saying “he” an original or is it a copy of a copy?

It says in scripture “unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood you have no life within you.” If we use that as a proof for the Eucharist, how do we reconcile that with the fact that we believe that those who don’t have the Eucharist can be saved?

A family member was a dominican nun for a long time and then she left. My other family member says that was a grave sin and that she had “divorced Jesus.” Is that a correct understanding?

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