Category Archives: Q&A

How to know when God is calling you?

The first thing to have in mind is that in the case of religious vocation, that the Church has to test and “discern” vocations and ordain or disqualify someone who is interested in the priesthood or religious life. Even marriage, the Church can decide that one isn’t fit to be married and deny them the

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When is it superstitious or wrong to carry a Rosary?

Full Question: Is it superstitious to trust in your Rosary for protection? Answer: I do not think there’s anything wrong with believing in the protection that God and his saints offer by using some sacramental. However, if you believe that by merely carrying a rosary in your person, and not using it, that the rosary

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Can anyone live through life without sinning?

Yes, someone did: the Virgin Mary. Though she was blessed with the singular grace of being conceived without sin. She was not susceptible to sin as we are and led her life in perfect union with God. However for us: it is possible to live without committing a mortal sin, however, if you mean sin

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Is it sinful or at all bad to kill in self defense?

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No, it is not sinful to kill someone in self-defense as long as you are defending from a fatal attack. Your life is a great good that should be protected, even at the expense of the life of someone who wants to kill you. This subject concerns the right of a private citizen to apply

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How sinful is internet fraud? ‘Everyone’ seems to be doing it.

We were surprised anyone would be asking us this kind of question. The original question was “Is internet fraud sinful”, to which we simply responded “Is stealing sinful?”. And the person rephrased the question to the one above. First of all, ‘everyone’ isn’t doing it. Only a number of people who’d rather not do any

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Does the Church support the death penalty?

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Quick Answer: In a way, Yes. This is a somewhat technical question that requires great attention. The Church consider’s the death penalty as a way for the State to defend itself; a society’s version of self-defense. Everyone knows that each person has the right to protect themselves from any lethal attack. The death penalty is

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