Questions I Answered on Catholic Answers Live

by Steve Ray on March 26, 2013

Below are the questions I answered today on Catholic Answers Live. The topic of the show was Open Line Q & A for Non-Catholics. It was a delightful time.

Click HERE on-line listening and HERE for the podcast and for more information.

Questions I Anwered:

1) I am a Baptist coming into the Catholic Church. What can I do to deepen my faith as I enter the Church?
2) A Protestant wanted to know what to do if he was interested in learning more about the Mass but his Evangelical wife was not interested.
3) ┬áMy parents are Catholic, I am baptist. I am very confused. My heart says Catholic but I don’t know what to believe?
4) A Non-denominational woman asks why abusive priests are not stripped of their priesthood.
5) A Baptist has decided to become Catholic but wants to know how to tell her father-in-law who is a Baptist minister.
6) A Non-denominational asks why the Catholic churches are so ornate. Jesus was simple and would not have liked all the gold and ornate churches since he just preached on a hillside.
7) What about the eclipse of the sun at the crucifixion of Christ?

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Richard March 27, 2013 at 12:52 AM

Bummer… I am Deaf and wished Radio have subtitles for hear impaired.

aid March 30, 2013 at 12:17 AM

Hi Steve! I just want to let you know how impressed and inspired I was with the answers that you gave during this episode of CAL! I listened to half of that live episode but I had to stop listening because of work. My work entails a lot of driving and listening to Catholic radio is a must to help me get through the day. I downloaded that episode (as with all CAL episodes anyway) and listened to it twice already. I do intend to listen to it again. Your thoughts and answers were really impressive and inspiring! I plan to collect your books (and of course share them) after Easter and hopefully be in one of your pilgrimages in the future. I thank you for what you do! I thank God for what you do in His name! May God bless you more! May God bless the Catholic church even more!

Robert Caton May 18, 2013 at 5:05 AM

I have often wondered why the common man worshipping in catholic communion services
are denied drinking from The Lords Cup–it seems that only those who serve the bread–actually partake of the fruit of the vine. Jesus said in Holy Scripture that all were to drink from His communion cup–so–i’m confused.

Thank you

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