Patrick explains how to talk with an atheist who only believes in ‘good’ people, discusses how to combat temptation from the evil one and how to combat it. Patrick tackles the question of the sin of Scandal if unmarried people are living together.
- Jody – What can you say to an atheist that says they just believe in good people?
- Teresa – How to address her mother-in-law that refers to her granddaughter’s girlfriend as ‘he’.
- Andrew – Nephew moved in with him. At night they say a prayer, Auxilium Christianorum, by Fr. Chad Ripperger. Father says only pray for the people under your direct authority, but you can also pray for an adopted child. Can he pray for his nephew if he lives under his authority?
- Email from Don – Is it normal for me to question whether Jesus really exists?
- John – Pope Benedict wrote something about why Jesus came at the time he did. Can’t remember what it was.
- Julie – About that caller whose friend is Jewish wants to recommend the following book: Virgin Mary appears to Harvard Professor Part 1.
- Bob – He wants to clarify why in that book Fr. Ripperger says that prayer applies only to your children. It is related to the same authority that an exorcist has that most laity doesn’t.
- Email from Jody – thank you for your advice, Patrick.
- Charlotte – Her mom is living with someone, but because they are not having relations, she doesn’t think it is a sin.
- Dan – What is Patrick’s exact definition about Solo Scriptura?
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