Patrick engages in deep theological discussions, starting with the topic of God’s gender and the sacramentality of confession. The conversations span from the strong conviction in Christ’s guiding light to the importance of staying true to His teachings, despite challenges within the church. Listeners bring personal stories to the table, including a 19-year-old with special needs finding solace in confession, and we shed light on the beauty of Jesus’ victory through His resurrection and the path of spiritual cleansing.
- Mike – Paragraph 27 of Fiducia Supplicans say ‘we are more important to God than all the sins we can commit because He is Father and He is Mother…” Why does it say that?
- Guadalupe – My husband asked if there is such a thing as a spiritual cleanse in the Catholic Church. I told him to go to the sacraments. Is there something else I can tell him?
- Doug – I think that Fiducia Supplicans are purposefully provocative. Do you think the Vatican did that to upset the traditional Catholics?
- Tina – Why is adoption bad?
- Maryann – Why would God, who loved Jesus, torture Him on the Cross? (31:13)
- Melanie – How do I handle sin in an adult person with special needs? (45:43)