Church Teaching Q&A~Catholicism 101



Thomas Kincaid and His Daughter on Sin
Thomas Kincaid and famous American artist tells the story or how his daughter relates sin to the rain and wiperblades.

Are Catholics Un-Biblical?
"Where is that in the Bible?Ē is one of those phrases often popped to a priest by his Protestant brothers.

Lent 101
Your questions about Lent answered.

A Theologian Answers the Atheists
Many Catholics have heard the criticisms raised by atheism but lack ready answers to such claims.

Making Sense of Suffering
Why does God allow us to suffer?

When I Die, What Will Happen
There are many questions about death and what will happen. The attached video will cover such issues as: What will happen at the moment of death, Heaven, Hell, Purgatory.

Myth 1: Atheists Are Smarter
Part of the Series: A Theologian Answers the Atheists

Myth 2: Religion Does More Harm Than Good
Part of the Series: A Theologian Answers the Atheists

Saintís Prayers for Souls in Purgatory
Do also the saints in heaven pray for the souls in purgatory as we ourselves do? Answered by Legionary of Christ Father Edward McNamara, professor of liturgy at the Regina Apostolorum university.

Was Your Church Founded by Christ?
Does your church have a central teaching authority beyond your pastor?

Divorce and Remarriage
There are many misconceptions about the Churchís position on Divorce. Many will tell you that you canít get a divorce and remain a Catholic. Others find themselves divorced by their spouse, can they in good faith remain in the church?

Ten Commandments and an Examination of Conscience (Part Two)
In the second segment we begin with the third Commandment and continue to the tenth. We will rely heavily on the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the official teachings of the Church.

Ten Commandments and an Examination of Conscience (Part One)
This is the first part in a two part series on the Ten Commandments and a brief Examination of Conscience.

6th and 9th Commandments - Sexual Commandments (Part Two of a Two Part Series)
As we continue from part one of this two part series we delve deeper into controversial issues of faith and morals.

6th and 9th Commandments - The Sexual Commandments (Part One of Two Parts)
What is the Churchís position on the 6th and 9th Commandments? Why are the Commandments listed in two different places in the Bible?

Sin of the Century
Is it acceptable to tell a "white lie" to avoid hurting another person's feelings? In other words is situational ethics acceptable behavior?

Mirror of Christ
We are called to reflect Christ. How do the sacraments affect being the image of Christ? Is their hope for broken mirrors of Christ?

Body, Heart and Soul
The respect due to the human body and the Church teaching on cremation.

Where Did I Come from?
Getting to know God the Creator.

Hell There Is!
The early Church Fathers were also absolutely firm on the reality of an eternal hell, as the following quotes show.

What Is Catholicism 101?
Catholicism 101 is an ongoing tour of issues, aspects, and problems having to do with the Catholic faith. The tour has some clear parameters and four types of stops along the way. It may not always be comfortable, but it will at least always be interesting - and usually enjoyable.

Choosing Heaven Here
The choices we make now and the lifestyle we choose to live determine the destiny of our eternal life to come.

Why Do Catholics Use Candles?
The use of candles is rooted on our Jewish origins. Learn about the significance of candles in our liturgy.

Why Do Catholics Sit, Stand & Kneel During Mass?
There are substantial reasons why Catholics do this. Learn here.

Living Out Charity
"This is how all will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another." - John 13:35

Do Catholics Worship Images?
Learn about the Catholic use of images, and the difference between worship and veneration.

"You Are a Priest Forever"
Learn about the origins and purposes of the priesthood.

Holy Water
Holy water: symbol of life and death. Learn what the Church teaches about this popular sacramental.

The Catechism of the Catholic Church
The Catechism of the Catholic Church is the best source to learn what the Church really teaches. There you will find the proper interpretation of Biblical passages, moral guidance, and historical references. The CCC is a must read! Watch an overview.

Be Reconciled
The Sacrament of Confession.


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