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A Mind at Peace
Catholic Answers Live with Christopher Blum
The world has become an attack on our inner lives. Christopher Blum, author of A Mind at Peace: Reclaiming an Ordered Soul in the Age of…
Friday, Sep 1, 2017
Share Your Faith With Clarity, Calm, and Joy
Catholic Answers Live with Brandon Vogt
Brandon Vogt, Founder of ClaritasU (www.claritasu.com), joins us for a discussion about how to share your faith with confidence, clarity,…
Friday, Sep 1, 2017
Literal Resurrection of the Dead
Yes, and that’s precisely why this belief is in both the Apostles Creed and the Nicene Creed. St. Paul and Jesus clearly affirm that…
Did the Magi Use Astrology to Find Jesus?
The word Magi is used equivocally in the Bible. In the cases of Elymas (Acts 13:6-12), the term is used pejoratively, because he…
The Church doesn't have a formal position regarding near-death experiences. But there is compelling testimony in this regard. Here’s a…
Is It a Sin to Disregard Climate Change?
Without entering into the debate about scientific evidence for and against a “climate change" crisis, we can safely say that…
Missing Mass on a Holy Day of Obligation
Remember that there are three components to a mortal sin: grave matter (which would apply here), full knowledge, and full consent…
Is It a Sin to Stream Free Movies?
If the movies are being made available online for free by a licensed distributor who is offering them legally, then no, it is not a sin to…
Church Teaching on Childhood Masturbation
The Church considers the “age of reason,” i.e., when children have a basic understanding of right and wrong and the ability to choose …
Did Paul found the Church instead of Peter?
It’s interesting that someone would use Romans 15:20 against Peter founding the Church in Rome when the text seems to support it. Here’s…
What "So that We Might Become God" Means
Let’s take a look at the relevant passage in the Catechism: The Word became flesh to make us “partakers of the divine nature”: “For…
Is Freemasonry a Religion?
Actually, in contrast to an Elks Club, a Moose Lodge, or a Rotary Club, Freemasonry is indeed a religion, and that’s a key reason why the…