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What Are the Pillars of Catholic Life?
The foundations or pillars of an authentic Catholic life are summarized in the traditional four pillars of Catholic catechisms: faith…
Catholic Answers Live with Carrie Gress
Questions Covered: 15:46 - How do Protestant attacks on the Catholic doctrines of Mary play into this anti-Mary idea? 34:28 - Is…
Friday, Jun 1, 2018
Will God Destroy Hell and the Souls of the Damned?
The Church teaches very clearly that hell and its punishments are everlasting (CCC 1033-37). So does Pope Francis, contrary to some reports…
Fr. Charles Grondin
In the English Roman Missal, the priest simply says or intones, "The mystery of faith." There are no other options in English. In…
Fr. Charles Grondin
Certain sins are not just sins but also considered canonical "crimes" and thus receive canonical penalties that need to be lifted. Most…
What Meditation During the Chaplet?
In praying those words, you can meditate on when a Roman soldier actually thrust a spear into Jesus’ side (John 19:34). However,…
Not Feeling the Presence of Jesus at Mass?
Is the person you talking to a non-Catholic Christian or a Catholic Christian? If a non-Catholic Christian, he obviously has years of…
Does Watching Mass on the Internet Fulfill My Sunday Obligation?
Viewing a Mass, whether via television or on the Internet, is certainly a worthwhile activity, but it doesn’t fulfill one’s Sunday…
Protestant Denomination Similar to Catholicism?
The closest Protestant denomination to Catholicism would arguably be Anglicanism, or Episcopalian Christians in the American branch of…
Which Women Were at Christ's Tomb on Easter Sunday?
Mark 16:1 says they were Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James, and Salome. Mary Magdalene is, of course, one of Christ’s first…
The Sacrament of Confession Began with Jesus?
Following his Resurrection, Jesus instituted the sacrament of reconciliation (confession), giving his apostles the power to absolve the…
How to Explain Praying to Jesus through Mary?
In a nutshell, we’re asking Mary to intercede for us to Jesus, similar to how Protestants ask their Christian friends on Earth to join them…