What do you think about modern Theologians having the tendency to limit God’s power to make miracles happen?
There’s a paragraph in the CCC (370) where it mentions that we are reflected in the nature of God in the way women are mothers and men are fathers and husbands. However, it does not mention anything as women as wives, why is this the case?
I have a lot of relatives that have left the church and have become Protestant. Are Catholics that leave the church going to be judged differently, since they had the full deposit of the faith and left it for something else?
Based off the Wedding at Cana, it seems that there are some things that Christ will not do without the intercession of his mother. Is this a stretch? Does this give Mary credulity?
Can you explain the different levels of heaven?
How do we know what is infallible in the Catholic Church?
Do you believe that Jesus really didn’t think that Jonah was just a parable, or that the story of Jonah didn't really happen?
Could Father define what the human person is, and direct me to any sort of church teaching where it spells it out in an encyclical or in the Catechism?
I teach an adult confirmation RCIA class at my parish. A question came up regarding the fact that when we cremate we are supposed to bury the ashes. Someone asked why we couldn't put the ashes in the ocean, and I didn't have an answer for that. How can I respond to this?
Where does Jesus address homosexuality and how it’s wrong?