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A couple weeks ago I heard someone say that many in the Church are sacramentalized but not evangelized. I don’t understand how this could be. How can someone go through the sacraments but not be evangelized?

Why do we pray to Mary even if we are all co-redeemers with Christ? 

Can a Freemason become a Catholic?

Martin Luther’s greatest opposition to Roman theology was that salvation comes from Christ alone. Many Catholics believe that Christ plus sacraments save. Can you clarify that for me?

Father, can you clarify how you interpret Jesus’ command to his disciples not to call anyone ‘Father’ here on earth because there is only one Father in Heaven.

God knows everything, so when you pray to Mary or the saints, can they hear everyone’s prayers just like God can?

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