Patrick explains the meaning of the word apologetics and different forms of it, tells the story of how he met his lovely wife, and talks about an emergency baptism which a listener had to do and whether or not it was done correctly.
- Patrick explains the word apologetics, and its different forms.
- Allison – Venial Sin: What if the priest doesn’t say the Confiteor at mass?
- Tom – It’s a precept of the church to receive communion, but I got to TLM. In the Old Catechism, the Easter season ends on Trinity Sunday. If I received communion on Trinity Sunday, would that be sufficient?
- John – Can Patrick give us comments on pride? What’s the difference between pride in your work and pride as a sin/vice?
- Email from Bradly – How did you meet your wife?
- Jim – Question: Emergency Baptism. I performed one, and I heard Patrick talk about them. My experience was responding to an infant in a hospital in cardiac arrest. I responded as the on-duty chaplain. I asked the mom if she’d like me to Baptize the baby – she said yes. I baptized on the abdomen – did that count?
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