Open Forum for Non-Catholics

Friday, Jul 13, 2012 - 7pm ET

Fr. Dwight Longenecker answers:

What is the difference between being Christian and being Catholic?

At Fatima, why didn’t Mary witness for Jesus Christ?

How does the Catholic Church tell the difference between someone who is communing with evil spirits and someone who is communing with saints?

Do Catholics pray to saints? If so, why do they?

Why do Catholics ask for forgiveness of sins through a priest?

How do I know if I’m called to become Catholic?

Since Jesus is the one mediator between God and man, why do Catholics pray to Mary?

Why would the fact that I’m currently going through the annulment process prevent me from joining RCIA?

My Catholic wife did not get a dispensation for us to be married in a non-Catholic ceremony -- what do we need to do to fix this?

What is the difference between what Catholics believe about Mary and what non-Catholic Christians believe about Mary?

Do Catholics believe that St. Mary of Bethany and St. Mary Magdalen are the same person?

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