Open Forum

Tuesday, Oct 1, 2013 - 7pm ET

Which part of scripture or tradition says that any man without permission of the Church can build a Church or another doctrine? If a bishop is separated from the Church can he continue building Churches?

If one receives the Eucharist unworthily, does the real presence go away?

When did the word “Catholic” start? Why do people say “Catholic Christians”?

If I like a certain company, but that company advertises on a gay channel, do I have to not buy from that company anymore?

In the Creed, why do we say that Jesus descended into Hell? Are people who are dead now in heaven, or are they waiting to get there?

With all the inclusion that the Pope is talking about, just how much authority does he have in regard to the Eucharist and the sacraments?

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