Special guest host, Fr. Matthew Spencer, dives into a wide range of topics, from the profession of faith for individuals coming into full communion with the Catholic Church, to the profound impact of St. Therese of Lesux’s “little way” on the Church. We explore the beauty and significance of the sacrament of the anointing of the sick, as well as the balance between personal piety and communal participation during the Eucharistic celebration. Join us as we delve into the Church’s teachings on relics, the spiritual battle at the moment of death, and the challenge of supporting LGBTQ individuals while living according to God’s will.
- Pope Francis publishes new apostolic exhortation on St. Thérèse of Lisieux
- Ken (12:48) – Can Catholics allow confession via Zoom?
- Adrian (19:29) – Do you have to be prayed out of purgatory by someone living on Earth?
- Patty – If Jesus was King of the Jews, why aren’t we Christians Jewish?
- Iren – During the Mass, when the priest says, “blessed are you Lord God of all creation”, can he say it out loud or does he have to say it quietly? If the Priest can say it out loud, can I ask my pastor to say it out loud?
- Dennis – What tribe was John the Baptist from and was he from Qumran? Did the Romans destroy Qumran? Why is John the Baptist the greatest prophet?
- Kevin – What is the prayer that the congregation says in Spanish and Creo Masses during the Consecration?
- Celeste – When was the Hail Mary prayer made official?