I know that Catholics can accept a chronology in Genesis. Would this conflict with the teachings of what is actually written in the bible?
How did the transition of the authority from the Jewish Church of the Catholic Church work? Did the Jewish lose their authority?
What is the Church's teaching on why Jesus chose bread and wine in the physical form?
I am a returning Catholic after about 40 years, and I am going to go to confession. I lived a homosexual lifestyle before coming back to the Church, should I tell him this right off the bat?
I heard that angels don’t take a form that can be seen by men. In Genesis it states differently. What are your thoughts on this?
Are all seven of our sacraments found in scripture?
I’ve read that at the end of the world there will be a new heaven and a new earth. What does a new earth mean?
If God knows who we are going to be, but our spirit doesn’t enter us before conception, do we exist elsewhere before conception?
Was Jesus standing at the Last Supper since they were standing at the Passover?
When Adam and Eve sinned, what was that sin, and was it a long period of time or did it happen in an instant?