The Chaplain Is In
Fr. Vincent Serpa answers:
My wife had an abortion years ago, and I’m haunted by it even though I’ve been to confession -- am I being forgiven for this by God?
If God is so perfect he cannot be hurt, why does the Act of Contrition say “for having offended thee”?
Can you explain 2 John 1:9-11?
How do I resolve the idea of the Catholic vote with my fear as a woman of having the right to choose what to do with my body taken away?
Is there rejoicing when a lost soul returns to God? In the same way, is there disappointment on the part of God when we fail?
How do I answer eighth graders who ask: when I do something wrong, is God sad?
(Due to technical issues that occurred on November 7, this episode is only 27 minutes in length. We apologize for any inconvenience, and thank you for your continued prayers and support.)
"We've all been taught some basic guidelines for living a good life: ""Tell the truth.""Share.""Be on time."" In much the same way, Christianity has its own set of guidelines. These lists of core truths that Christians believe and live by are known as creeds.In Do You Believe?, you'll learn the history of the creeds, the reasons behind them, and the way the predominant ones developed."