I’ve noticed that many Protestants say things such as “Jesus died for our sins” or call Jesus their “savior”. Why don’t we as Catholics keep our language that simple?
Are there any official Church teachings on evolution?
There are apparent contradictions within Matthew 10:10 and Mark 6:8. How do I explain these verses to an atheist who is using this contradiction to not believe?
Can you please explain the scripture reading that refers to “feeding swords into plowshares”?
How is God the chosen one to be God?
Are there any other books/manuscripts where Jesus is quoted (other than the bible) that we can use to study?
I have been divorced for 20 years and my ex-wife and I have never remarried. How does the process of annulment work?
Are Catholics today similar to the Jews in today’s mass reading? For example, where they don’t see the power of the Holy Spirit being given to their Protestant brothers.
My husband is Catholic and attends my Presbyterian Church with me every Sunday, and then goes to mass afterwards. Once a month we have a service at my church where we receive communion and my husband says he cannot receive. Is this true? My church says anyone who is a believer can receive.
Is there anything that provides a daily meditation on the gospel of the day for the whole year? I have a resource that covers meditations for advent, but I am looking for something for every season.
Where does the idea that Mary is the dispenser of all graces come from?