Receiving Communion / Burial / St. Margaret of Scotland

It’s Mailbag Monday, where Cale answers your questions about the Catholic faith.
Listener Questions:

* Our bishop requests communion in the hand. I was advised to come up for a blessing if I didn’t want to receive in the hand. Should I do so out of respect of the bishop’s order? Or refrain from the line to receive and stay in the pew or at home and make spiritual communion?
* What is the difference between spiritual laziness and not knowing what to do?
* As a Catholic and someone who served in the military, can I be buried in a national cemetery for veterans? Does it need to be consecrated ground?
* Does being slothful tie in with the Gospel reading on the parable of the talents?
* Making sports and daily activities a form of prayer

Plus, Cale shares about St. Margaret of Scotland whose feast day is today, November 16.
Link to show with former NHL All-Star MVP John Scott: Fighting for Catholic Manhood: https://relevantradio.com/2020/09/being-a-catholic-man-a-conversation-with-nhl-all-star-mvp-john-scott/
If you have a question for Cale, you can send your questions to cale@relevantradio.com

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Cale Clarke is the host of both The Cale Clarke Show and The Faith Explained on Relevant Radio. On The Faith Explained, Cale dives deep into Scriptures, the Catechism and Sacred Tradition to bring an in-depth look at what the Catholic Church Believes. On the Cale Clarke Show, Cale unpacks how a Catholic perspective affects the nitty-gritty of everyday life. He also looks at what's happening in the culture through a Catholic Lens.