Patrick discusses St. Augustine’s sermon on maintaining unity in the Catholic Church, even in the midst of scandals, and highlights its relevance to every generation. We also address the importance of cultivating virtue and the question of burial customs are explored, shedding light on their impact on eternity. We also delve into the topic of committing mortal sins and the importance of striving to avoid them.
- Email – Is it necessary to have Rosaries blessed before you use them?
- Amy – Book recommendation to Dan: “Where we got the Bible: our debt to the Catholic Church”. I am a convert after 20 years and this book helped me a lot.
- Melba – I make knotted Rosaries. Can I make them without a crucifix?
- Conner 8-years-old – Who was the first person on earth?
- Elaine – If someone gets cremated and transported to another place do they need to have a funeral in the place they are coming from first?
- Jaime – If you get distracted during the rosary, does it still count?
- Mary – What large print bible would be good for me?
- St. Augustine on maintaining the unity of the catholic church even amidst scandals
- Patrick – If I am in mortal sin on Sunday, do I not get merit for saying the rosary?