Why do Catholics think that gay marriage should be illegal but not birth control and fornication?
What is meant by grace that Catholics receive in the Sacraments? Does each sacrament give you a different grace?
How do we know which scriptures about the life of Jesus are valid and should be included in the bible and which ones should be considered heresy and dismissed?
With all the religions that are out there, why Catholicism?
Since the Reformation, has the Catholic Church changed in any of the ways to which Martin Luther objected?
Is salvation the most basic tenet of the Catholic Church that we could all share as Christians?
I am reading Crossing the Tiber. What was the last obstacle you were able to overcome that enabled you to finally convert to Catholicism?
An Episcopalian I know could not receive communion in his own church, so he went to a Catholic Church and took communion. What does the Church say about that?
As a non-Catholic, why does the authority of the Catholic Church usurp the authority of other local churches?