Mon, 13 February 2012
On Catholic Answers Live (2/2/12) Jimmy Akin answers:
How do I talk to Catholics who disagree with the Church about same-sex marriage?
At Mass the priest doesn’t say the “Alleluia” before the Gospel. Is this okay?
How do you reconcile some of God’s harsh actions in the Old Testament with the loving God that we think of today?
How do we defend the Catholic Church having a lot of money when Scripture says that it’s easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than a rich man to enter heaven?
Should I talk to my Protestant niece’s Catholic fiancé about the fact that he is marrying into a Protestant family?
Why is a woman ritually unclean after having a baby and when she has her menstrual period?
When the Church issued Humanae Vitae, the Canadian bishops issued a statement that they would dissent from it -- how is this possible?
Since the Eucharist is no longer bread, how do we deal with the fact that a lot of songs in the Mass refer to it as bread?
If a search and rescue team uses psychics to find a missing person, is this something that Christians should not participate in (even if it helps find the person)?