When Christ was crucified and the sheet was torn in two does that mean that we don’t need a priest anymore?
How does the Catholic Church understand the development of Christology before the first ecumenical council?
Where do the souls of the dearly departed go after dying? Do they go to personal judgment or are they allowed to roam around for a time?
About the hypostatic union, has Jesus always been fully man even before his birth?
In regards to celibacy, scripture says that priests were married, and in Tradition priests were married for 1000 years. Why does the church change what scripture and tradition have established especially when we need priests so badly?
I don’t understand the purpose of the priest when we go to confession? What is the difference between confessing to the priest and confessing to the Father?
My son believes in another faith that believes in Jesus, but not that he is God. They believe in doing good deeds to be a good person. How do I talk to him about having his new baby baptized, he won’t even let me take him to be blessed. He wants his child to make his own decision. He researches these other religions who believe that other messiahs before Christ have risen from the dead. What can I do to help the baby?