Q&A Open Forum

Tuesday, May 8, 2012 - 6pm ET

Tim Staples answers:

Am I allowed to miss Mass during a school trip to Ireland?

The Catholic Church claims to have the fullness of truth -- how can this claim not be made by other Christian churches?

How can we not have an infinite series of finite causes? Why is it necessary to have an uncaused cause?

What is an ex cathedra statement? Has one ever been made at a general council?

Is it okay to choose to vacation in a place where you know you won’t have access to Catholic Mass?

When Protestants ask me if I am saved, am I right to respond that I am on a spiritual journey?

Are miracles alone a continual expression of the Church’s authority?

In the biblical account of Jesus being lost in the temple, isn’t he sinning?

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