What is the difference between redemption, sanctification, and salvation, and glorification?
About original sin, I have an alternate view and would like some feedback on these thoughts: Can we say that we are not born with original sin but are led to sin through the corrupted environment from the fall of Adam and Eve?
My parents go to Episcopal church and we are all going to church with my parents. I am a Catholic and I am not comfortable receiving communion in the Episcopal Church, but I do not want to offend my parents. What should I do?
About a Jesuit oath that calls for followers of the Pope to do violence to non-believers, I have come across this on the internet and wanted know if there was any truth to it or where did this come from?
Can Jimmy provide an example of a non-written apostolic tradition? My Lutheran friend told me all apostolic traditions are written in the Bible.
What are the spiritual consequences for mortal sin and why does the Church have canon law to address people who are in a state of mortal sin? About divorce, in the catechism it states that divorced persons should not consider themselves separated from the body, why is that?
My son who was recently divorced is not allowed to receive communion if he remarries, why?
About Santa Claus and the Catholic tradition, my brother is a strict evangelical and he does not allow anything to do with Santa Claus. I was wondering if there is any danger by having Santa Claus in our family Christmas?
Is it mortally sinful to use the Lord’s name as an exclamation?