If it’s a sin to have children out of wedlock, how does a parent regret having their child?
On occasions when popes seem to have spoken heretically, why don’t we consider this a violation of papal infallibility?
During the time since the Church existed, I heard there was a short period with no pope. Is this true and, if so, would that mean the seat of St. Peter was vacant?
My friend claims that between the first and third century there was no recognition of the supremacy of the Bishop of Rome. Is there any evidence of this among the church fathers?
Why do we have to go to confession if our sins are forgiven at Mass?
Can a person who has been baptized and confirmed become possessed?
In the Book of Romans, when St. Paul speaks of Abraham being justified by faith, what is he really saying?
I have heard some say that St Joseph was a younger man when he married Mary, and others say he was a widower with children from his first marriage. Is one of these more likely than the other, or is there a definitive answer?
If parents are abusive, what rights do the children have when they are called to honor their parents?