Patrick provides a unique perspective that challenges the status quo and reminds us that the Church’s role is to teach and defend the truth. He also delves into the origins of the King James Bible, shedding light on its historical significance and debunking common misconceptions. Additionally, Patrick addresses listener concerns about receiving sacraments from priests who have committed moral wrongs, offering insights and reassurances that will bolster confidence in the Church’s teachings. As always, Patrick encourages listeners to stay grounded in their faith, pray for the Pope, and navigate discussions about sin and guidance with wisdom and compassion.
- Patrick shares and comments on the wise words of Pope Paul VI, from his general audience from January, 19, 1972, “The teaching Church does not invent her doctrine; she is a witness, she is a guardian, she is an interpreter, she is a mediator. As far as the truths pertaining to the Christian message are concerned, she can be said to be conservative, intransigent; and to those who urge her to make the faith easier, more relevant to the tastes of the changing mentality of the times, she replies with the Apostles: Non possumus, we cannot (Acts 4:20)”
- E-Frank – Can you receive last rights multiple times in your life?
- Bill – Pope Francis recently talked about the Church in the USA in regard to doctrine. What is your take on what the pope said?
- Donna – When was the King James Bible made?
- Paul – What should I do if I know someone is receiving communion out of the state of Grace?