Catholic FAQs

Do you know where the Bible comes from? How about the difference between Confession and Reconciliation? Find the answers to these and many more questions here.

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What does the Holy Spirit do?
What is a just war?
What is Mary‘s relationship to Catholics living today?
Why do Catholics need to dialogue with the major world religions?
Why do we speak of God as Father, Son and Spirit?


How do we know the Resurrection is true?
Is Jesus really present in the Eucharist?
What do we know about Jesus‘ life?
What does Jesus‘ second coming mean?
Why is Jesus' crucifixion the centerpiece of the Gospels?


Is abortion basically a question of personal freedom?
What‘s the big deal about physician-assisted suicide?


How does the Eucharist help us become the Body of Christ?
How many sacraments are there and what are they?
If lay people are now called to minister, why do we need an ordained priesthood?
What are the gifts of the Holy Spirit received at Confirmation?
What does the Sacrament of Marriage reveal to us about God?
What happens when we are baptized?
What is a sacrament?
What‘s the difference between Confession and Reconciliation?
When should someone receive the Anointing of the Sick?
Why are babies baptized? Aren‘t they too young to accept Jesus?
Why do Catholics confess their sins to a priest?


Where does the Bible come from?
Why are Catholic and Protestant Bibles different?
Why are some parts of the Bible so confusing?