Can my Christian husband be go to Heaven based on my grace as a Catholic?
If a priest is in mortal sin can he turn the bread and wine into the body and blood of Jesus?
Is it permissible for a priest to give someone a blessing if they don’t want to receive the Eucharist when they come up for Communion?
A friend sent me a new age video regarding the Christian Our Father prayer. It states that the Church has changed it from the original Aramaic and the bible version is wrong. Is this true?
Are there scriptures in the New Testament that recommends penance for sins, not just repentance?
If a person is justified what are they justified for, justified to do, or justified to receive?
Why don’t we go straight to God the Father in prayer? Why do we pray to Jesus?
Does the neocatechumenal liturgy allow for them to stand during consecration?
Did the Catholic Church put thousands of Catholics to death in gruesome ways, similar to Isis is doing now, during the middle ages for reading the bible?
Since God gave Moses directions for his people to give their families blessings (Nm 6:24), how is that different from the ministers of the Eucharistic giving blessing at communion?
When Jesus says, “the Father is greater than I,” what does he mean by this?
How do I show reverence during the consecration?
What is a victim soul?