What are the bounds of the results of the synod? What is open to change and what is not open to change? Specifically about receiving communion. Some bishops seem open to welcoming Catholics who have not received proper annulments.
On ectopic pregnancy, what does the Catholic Church teach and is it morally acceptable to take out the fallopian tube even though it will kill the baby? In the past some female saints have sacrificed their own lives for their children to survive and be born. Should this be practiced in this case?
Do priests have to go to confession also?
I am reading on the ancient church and have several questions: was kneeling forbidden in the beginning of the church? After baptism they consumed milk and honey, why was that discontinued? Also after baptism they would not bathe for a week, why?
Did Peter and Paul know each other? Someone told me that they didn’t so I wasn’t sure. Are the writers of the letters of the New Testament known, or are we depending on Tradition?
Can Jimmy recommend a Bible commentary? I have read your blog about Bible translations and was wondering about your opinion on commentaries?
Is it permissible to marry a woman who has had a necessary hysterectomy to save her life, not elective? She can never have children now, so is okay to marry?
About life support, if a patient has a feeding tube that is the only way to nourish the person, can the person request the tube to be removed? Is this like assisted suicide or is it permissible?
I am Greek Orthodox. What is the difference between the dormition and the assumption of Mary, and why did the difference occur and why do they not agree?
If Herod died on the year 3BC and Census was commanded at 6CE, How do you explain this?
I am protestant Baptist, and I would like to know what Catholics believe about Daniel 7:25 about changing the times and laws?