Q&A Open Forum

Tuesday, Mar 27, 2012 - 7pm ET

Tim Staples answers:

What document says that we are allowed to chew the host?

If a human was cloned, would the clone have a soul?

How does one respond when someone uses Romans 5:12 as an argument against the Immaculate Conception?

Did Jesus die to forgive our sins or was his death a punishment for our sins?

If we are to pray to Mother Mary -- one person -- how does she decide who to listen to first?

How would you respond to the SSPX claim that when we take Communion in the hand, we drop crumbs on the ground and trample on our Lord?

Does paradise mean heaven, or something else?

Is it a greater scandal to deny a non-Catholic Communion or to give them Communion?

Five Non-Negotiables
This groundbreaking CD set by Tim Staples is an expansion of Catholic Answers’ acclaimed Voter’s Guide for Serious Catholics. And it will help you vote in an informed manner consistent with Catholic moral teaching and fundamental human rights. All five moral issues discussed on these CDs—abortion, euthanasia, embryonic stem-cell research, human cloning, and same-sex “marriage”—have been definitively declared by the Church to be objectively and absolutely immoral. And you, as a faithful Catholic, are required to vote against all five and—with only rare exceptions—to vote against politicians who support any of them.