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Q&A Open Forum

Fr. Paul Keller answers:

What do the Church and Bible have to say about the existence of limbo?

What is the theology behind incorruptible saints?

How do you approach a non-Christian person who is open to dialogue about faith, but doesn’t feel like he needs to make any life changes?

How do I talk to a Catholic friend about her practice of healing touch?

If the definition of person is an individual substance, and the Trinity is three persons, how can an individual substance be three substances?

Who in the Catholic Church is allowed to do exorcisms?

As Catholics, what is our responsibility as far as providing health care for family members at the end of their lives?

Is it better to say set prayers or use our own words?

What is the purpose of the ringing of the bells during Mass?

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