What should you do if you’re a Catholic and going out on vacations? Below is the response from Bishop Paul Terrio of St. Paul, Alta.
“The obligation to attend Mass on Sundays is a precept that is rooted in the Third Commandment (…) Catholics are called to obey this precept “on pain of mortal sin” which means that if we miss Mass without grave cause we should not receive Holy Communion again until we have been given absolution in the sacrament of Confession…” Continue reading Catholic & Going On Vacation; What About Mass?
To clarify the subject, Catholics do not believe in either faith alone, nor works alone. We are saved by sanctifying Grace, through works. Now you might ask, where is faith is all of that, because you do need faith in … Continue reading Works, or Faith Alone? A Catholic Response
I am sharing an excellent article which provides clarification on Amoris Lætitia, from the Archdiocese of Vancouver, Canada. The clarification goes to the point, it’s brief, and it leads the people towards what they have to hear, and that with love … Continue reading Amoris Lætitia : Marriage, Divorce, and Holy Communion…
This small book is very easy to read, yet it is packed with helpful information. I found it most interesting, and I was able to change and view things in my life under a different eye. Father Jacques Philippe goes to … Continue reading Searching for and Maintaining Peace : A Wonderful Book
Many ask, “When I read the Scriptures, should I view them literally, or symbolically?” This is a hard question! Jesus at times seems to talk in a symbolic way, other times, He spoke in a literal way, sometimes He spoke as … Continue reading Are the Scriptures Literal or Symbolic?
If you had to die now, where would you go? If Joe is a good guy, will he get to heaven? I bet you have often hear people say “Oh, Joe whatever, he’s not a Christian, he’s not Catholic, but … Continue reading Can You Get in Heaven by Being a Good Person?