Patrick answers questions about priests not being allowed to marry, why does the Creed say “rose again,” what happens if you commit a mortal sin but die on your way to confession, and what effect does the sacrament of the anointing of the sick have on a baptized Catholic that has fallen away from the Church
- Aaron – Why are priests not allowed to be married?
- Jenny – The person that sold us our car just told us that she is a witch. How should, and should I, talk to her?
- Alonso – Medicine name you were talking earlier sounds like the devil’s name in Latin, “Mephistopheles.”
- Brian – In the Creed, when we say “He rose again on the third day,” why does it say “rose again” if he only rose once?
- Bunny – Why are unborn babies not considered to be in heaven if it is not their fault that they were not baptized?
- Email – If I commit a mortal sin and die on my way to confession, are my sins forgiven?
- Edward – What effect does the sacrament of the anointing of the sick have on a baptized Catholic that has fallen away from the Church?