Questions I Answered on Catholic Answers Live

by Steve Ray on December 18, 2012

The show was a lot of fun with great questions. It was for Non-Catholics only. You can see the questions I answered below and listen the show on-line.

You can listen live HERE.. For podcasts and more info, click HERE.

1) Ex-Catholic Protestant: I left the Catholic Church long ago but now feel led to back the Catholic Church – but my wife is not interested. What should I do?

2) Atheist: I witnessed a Catholic wedding where the bride approached a statue of Mary, knelt in front of it and even cried. What was that about?

3) Mormon: Do Catholics receive the Holy Ghost and how; do they have a charism?

4) Baptist: What is the reason you Steve, converted to the Catholic Church?

5) Christian: Why does the Catholic Church say that you must be baptized to go to heaven?

6) Returning Catholic: My husband and I are having a hard time believing in the Real Presence in the Eucharist.

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

francis dsouza December 17, 2012 at 11:11 AM

go ahead let them know the truth and the truth will set them free

Dianna Cress December 30, 2012 at 12:24 PM

I am a devout Catholic since I was born.
I am having a problem understanding the second coming of Christ.

When we die, meaning our physical body, our belief is that we go thru the light and are met by someone we know and taken into what would be heaven. Whatever heaven is to us.

It is my understanding, that our soul is not in the ground in which our flesh or ashes lay. It is my understanding that our soul and spirit travels thru the universe to meet our Lord and join in celebration life after the body dies.

What does it mean for Christ in his second coming to raise the dead again??????? My belief is we are raised to the heavely kingdom when the body dies not the soul.

Help – I am going crazy at this second coming and the dead will be raised again. That is the exact opposite of what we are taught. /dc

Rhonda August 5, 2013 at 11:33 AM

Seeking understanding – In The Bible our family read where it said not to “build” an alter, it can only be of natural (un-cut) stone or no stone and never any steps leading up to it; yet this is what we find in every church. Where in the Bible is there support for the alters that are built in all Catholic Churches?

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