Q&A Open Forum

Tuesday, Jan 31, 2012 - 6pm ET

Jim Blackburn answers:

How do I respond to Catholics who don’t accept all Church teachings, claiming that they are responsible for forming their own consciences?

My daughter has been away from the Catholic Church – is it better for her to become Greek Orthodox than no religion at all?

What can I say to my non-Catholic spouse to explain the importance of baptism? What resources can I give her?

How do you know whether or not a resource is solid Catholic teaching?

Can you recommend a famous Catholic American for the topic of my second grade son’s school report?

Do know anything about whether or not the Girl Scouts of America support Planned Parenthood?

How do I find out about the harms of contraception so that I can prove the Church’s wisdom in opposing it?

Can the processional cross also be used as the altar cross?

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