I look at the organization and the structure of the Catholic Church, and as a protestant it looks enormous. Is it simpler than it appears?
Is there a feud going on between the Pope and Cardinal Burke? It seems as though he does just the opposite of what the Pope is asking.
Why are there extra books in the Catholic bible that are not in other bibles? How was it that they chose to keep these?
What is the correlation between the Catholic Church and the corruption and poverty we see in Mexico and South America? (The U.S. and Canada are predominantly Protestant and are not corrupt in the way these other countries are). It seems as though the fruits of the religious history is not promising.
What are the boundaries of knowledge in which the magisterium has the authority to decide what Catholics believe?
What do Catholics believe about the afterlife and salvation?
What is the progress on the unification of Protestants and Catholics?
Does it say anywhere in the bible that the Lord will lead us into temptation? (Since it mentions “lead us not into temptation” in the Lord’s Prayer).
Where does the doctrine of Mary being the Blessed Mother, come from?