Q&A Open Forum
Tim Staples answers:
Should extraordinary ministers participate in the procession and wear robes?
Is it true that the deacon should be the one to read the Gospel?
How can I answer someone who says “You are not saved until God chooses you?”
Should we amend the non-negotiables to include candidates who want to take away religious liberty?
In John 9-10, it says “John saw and believed” and then, “They did not understand” -- don’t these two ideas contradict each other?
Is it proper for the crucifix to be decorated to look like the risen Christ between Easter and Pentecost?
Besides Mary and Joseph, are there any saints with more than one feast day?
How do I explain to my friend why he needs to go to church?
Are you ready to do battle against the forces of heresy and dissension that threaten to undermine the Catholic faith? Not sure about the strength of your own shield against such forces? Tim Staples is here to help. An established speaker in the area of defending the faith, he knows just what to say and how to say it when dealing with the slings and arrows of false teaching. In this set, he provides solid arguments for six of the most important teachings of the Catholic faith.