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Engaging the Faith

Karl Keating
There may be a few inconsistencies in the Gospels, but there certainly aren’t any outright contradictions. Passages that seem to be saying different MORE
Sep 01, 2010
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Al Kresta
Historic Christian “universalism” insists that all types of people will be saved. But not all people, without exception, will spend eternity with MORE
Jul 01, 2010
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Fr. John Trigilio
Normally anyone can walk through a home with holy water and say prayers. In the past, it was a custom in Catholic homes for fathers to bless their chi MORE
Jun 01, 2010
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Karl Keating
Some believe that Vatican II was such a watershed that it’s a waste of time to read books published before the Council. That notion, however, is con MORE
May 01, 2010
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Al Kresta
Catholics confess to a priest because they first went to Jesus, and he told them to go to a priest. Christ himself determined to forgive and retain si MORE
Apr 01, 2010
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Fr. John Trigilio
First of all, the Bible never says that Adam and Eve took a bite out of an apple. The fruit they ate from the tree of knowledge of good and evil is ne MORE
Mar 01, 2010
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Karl Keating
Not necessarily. Only God can condemn anyone to hell. It’s not within the Church’s power to do so. The Church’s role is to help people to heaven MORE
Feb 01, 2010
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Al Kresta
Jesus warned against the behavior of the scribes and Pharisees who exalt themselves and covet the seats of honor in public. They use their authority t MORE
Dec 01, 2009
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Karl Keating
The Catholic Church teaches that the devil is real, not a phantasm or a holdover from scary bedtime stories. In 1975, the Sacred Congregation for Divi MORE
Nov 01, 2009
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Mike Aquilina
Friday — like Sunday — is never an “ordinary” day. Friday is the day when Jesus suffered and died on the cross to atone for our sins. Friday i MORE
Oct 01, 2009
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