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The Chaplain Is In

Fr. Vincent Serpa answers:

The principle for paying for things we don’t want to pay for has already been established in the case of Quakers and the defense department — how can we oppose it?

With the HHS mandate, we are hearing that it is taking away our religious liberties — why aren’t we hearing more about why contraception is wrong?

My father-in-law passed away two months ago, and I haven’t seen any grief from my husband — how can I help him? 

Is it applicable for the Church to start excommunicating Catholic politicians who mislead the flock?

How is a mandate the same as a law?

Could the government require a Jewish company to buy pork or a Muslim company to buy alcohol?

Are we missing out on a great opportunity to show people that birth control is bad for us and the population?

Don’t groups like Planned Parenthood target low income and minority groups? How would the Church advise a low-income family with a crisis pregnancy?

Why are Catholics publishing so many books? Why do they think books are going to help anything?

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