Same-sex behavior and the teaching of the Episcopalian Church
Fr. Paul Check answers a caller who asks if there is a unified teaching in the Epsicopalian or Anglican churches on homosexuality and homosexual marriage.
Fr. Paul N. Check is a priest with the Diocese of Bridgeport, Connecticut and was ordained in 1997. He holds an S.T.B. from the Gregorian University, Rome and an S.T.L. (Moral Theology) from the University of the Holy Cross, Rome. Fr. Check has served as a parish priest and high school...
MP3 - Heaven: Obstacles And Opportunities
Everyone wants to go to Heaven, but we often lose sight of how to get there.
To prepare for the day when we meet our Maker, we need to withdraw from the distractions of everyday life to look at ourselves and all that is hindering us from nearing the goal.
Lent is the time to do this, and you’ll find a big help from our Catholic Answers’ chaplain, Fr. Vincent Serpa, O.P., as he takes you on a three-hour retreat into spiritual examination and renewal.
~ Oliver Plunket, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of all Ireland, Saint; after being sentenced to death, he joyfully declared "Thanks be to God" in front of all; on July 11, 1681, Pluncket was the last martyr at Tyburn, victim of the notorious Lord Shaftesbury and his chief perjured witness, Titus Oates, both of whom were subsequently thrown in jail.