Open Forum for Non-Catholics (Part I)
Tim Staples answers:
Is it a sin to go to confession if I’m not Catholic?
Why do Catholics refer to the Mass as a sacrifice, when the Bible says that Jesus was only offered once?
Are you aware that Anglicans also believe that the Eucharist is the body and blood of Jesus?
Why are the readings in the Catholic Missal shorter in the Catholic Church than in the Anglican church?
Can a married man become a priest?
What does the Catholic Church think of Mormons?
What authority does this show have in answering these questions?
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