Patrick addresses two phone calls from individuals who were born and raised Catholic, but hold different views on whether salvation is exclusively attainable within the Church. Join us as we explore their perspectives and navigate this theological discussion together.
- Aaron – Can someone be saved who isn’t Catholic?
- Patrick shares a couple of emails in regards to the 29-year-old Shakshouka woman who celebrates not being married with children
- Janet – I don’t think that the Catholic Church is the Church that Jesus established. The apostles didn’t mention the Catholic Church. Your principles are contrary to the Gospel.
- Jane – Salvation outside the Church: as long as you believe in Christ as your savior, I would think that no matter what denomination you are, you would be saved.
- Mariana – I’ve known people like the Shakshouka lady and when marriage and kids come, they change.
- Joe – I read the book Dogma of Hell and I want to know if Patrick has read the purgatory book by the same author? From my perspective as a practicing Catholic, the book didn’t seem to scare me that much. I actually thought the book gave me hope.