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- Go Ask Your Father for December 13, 2017
Guest Host – Fr. Richard Simon
I want to go to Daily Mass, but I have to leave after Communion in order to get to work on time. Is this okay? ...
- Go Ask Your Father for December 12, 2017
Can I fast on a feast day?
What happens to babies who die before they have been baptized?
I have never heard of “Jesus King of Divine Mercy”. Is is okay to ...
- Go Ask Your Father for December 11, 2017
Is donating money to a group like the Salvation Army okay?
Why are there different words in my version of the Catechism of the Catholic Church and the one I found ...
- Go Ask Your Father for December 7, 2017
Can you clarify what the Church teaches on eternal punishment and divine mercy?
Please explain what the Immaculate Conception means?
How can I talk to a co-worker about God who believes He ...
- Go Ask Your Father for December 5, 2017
How do I respond to someone who argues that Jesus told us not to call “no man father”?
What do I do when a loved one wants to be cremated?
What is ...
- Go Ask Your Father for December 4, 2017
Are their conditions on God’s forgiveness?
What do we do this year since Christmas Eve and the 4th Sunday of Advent fall on the same day?
What should we do about people ...
- Go Ask Your Father for December 1, 2017
Are the Advent and Christmas seasons shorter this year?
How can I turn my life over to God?
What should priests focus their homilies on?
How can I talk to my daughter who ...
- Go Ask Your Father for November 30, 2017
Why aren’t relics considered desecration of a Saint’s body?
Why don’t Catholics get baptized as adults?
Why don’t we hear more preaching about adultery?
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- Go Ask Your Father for November 29, 2017
I am in the process of an annulment from my previous marriage and living chastely with my current wife. Can I receive Communion?
I am looking to delve deeper into the ...
- Go Ask Your Father for November 28, 2017
What does the phrase “end of the world” mean in Catholicism?
How can I explain to Protestants why they aren’t able to receive Communion in a Catholic Church?
How should I view ...
Go Ask Your Father™ is your answer to the tough questions you have about faith and morals, doctrine and social teaching, and applying your beliefs to everyday life. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a question that host Monsignor Stuart Swetland, Relevant Radio® Chief Religion Correspondent, can’t answer. If you have a question about the Faith, why not Go Ask Your Father?
About Msgr. Swetland
Msgr. Stuart W. Swetland, S.T.D., is a convert to the Catholic Faith and was ordained a priest in 1991 for the Diocese of Peoria. He received his undergraduate degree in Physics from the United States Naval Academy. He is a Rhodes Scholar and holds a B.A. and M.A. from Oxford, a M.Div. and M.A. from Mount St. Mary’s Seminary, and his S.T.L. and S.T.D. from the Pontifical Lateran University.
He currently serves as the seventh President of Donnelly College in Kansas City, KS, where he is also Professor of Leadership and Christian Ethics. Previously, he served as Vice President for Catholic Identity and Mission and held the Archbishop Flynn Chair of Christian Ethics at Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, MD. Msgr. Swetland was named a Prelate of Honor in 2000 by Saint John Paul II and is a Knight Commander for the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchure and a 4th Degree Knight of Columbus.
Msgr. Swetland serves as the Chief Religion Correspondent for the Relevant Radio® network and is the host of Go Ask Your FatherTM on Relevant Radio.