Patrick shares some exciting news from Peru, where Congress passed a bill recognizing the rights of unborn children, a step in the right direction for the protection of life. Then, we discuss the proper disposition of cremated remains according to Catholic teachings, based on a thought-provoking article by Father Paul Keller. And finally, we tackle a crucial question from a listener: can someone who doesn’t believe in God still make it to heaven?
- Barbara – My 11-year-old grandson has not received any sacraments. Is there a movie I can recommend to help him with the faith?
- Dave – I argued with some friends who were all in favor of abortion. I need some help on how to defend life better?
- Luke – Is it okay to use Amazon, Dell and other companies like that? (19:55)
- Ruth – The Knights of Columbus did a casino night fundraiser. They had gambling and a bar and liquor you could win. Was that okay?
- Peru Congress passes law reinforcing the unborn’s constitutional right to life
- Tasha (from Twitter) – What should I do with my brother’s ashes?
- Jackson (10-years-old) – If someone doesn’t believe in God but they are a good will they go to heaven? (48:50)