We explore the significance of physical affection in relationships, the imperative of parental guidance for young couples, and the Catholic understanding of the soul’s judgment after death. We’ll also dive into discussions around a breakthrough medical test with potential life-saving capabilities, and the deep theological meaning behind making the sign of the cross. Our conversations will further delve into the Trinity’s complexities, offering clarity amidst common misconceptions.
- Harvard to retract papers by top researchers following data falsification probe
- The Dana-Farber Cancer Institute initiated retractions or corrections to 37 papers authored by four senior researchers following allegations of data falsification
- Alzheimer’s risks can be detected 15 years in advance with breakthrough blood test (35:31)
- Rocco – The Holy Spirit comes as fire at Pentecost. God is like water, which can be in three different forms, but it is still the same thing.
- Chrissy (email) – What does it mean that the dead will be raised up first if the souls have already left the body?
- Martin (email) – Can you explain why we make the Sign of the Cross? (26:45)
- Amy (Email) – I’ve learned more from your show then from any religious education
- Roman (email) – If a couple chooses not to have sexual relations, but is open to adoption, is that still a valid Catholic marriage?
- Linda – When someone dies, do they go directly for Judgement?