When the church declares a marriage null, is that fallible or infallible?
Does it make a difference who you sin against? Is it a worse sin to sin against a priest or the pope than an average person?
Please explain the unforgivable sin.
An article mentioned St. Catherine of Siena saying that Our Lady is being guarded by 10,000 angels to keep her from being tempted. So if the angels can fall, and Mary can be tempted in heaven, is it possible for us lesser beings to face temptations in heaven?
Why are annulments necessary?
I have heard people say that God is a force or energy. How can explain the error in this?
If a Catholic man and woman are not married but are living together, can they receive marital graces?
Why don’t we excommunicate politicians who say they are Catholic but aren't really and bishops who have heretical views?