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Open Line, Wednesday - 09/16/2020 - Praying for the Deceased
With election season upon us, people attempt to argue that only one (their) political party reflects Catholic teaching. Will you explain how Catholic teaching transcends the parties, with each having strengths and falling short in other areas?, Can you pray for the salvation of the already dead?, and more on today's Open Line Wednesday with Fr. Mitch Pacwa.
Open Line, Wednesday - 09/09/2020 - Why Did The Soldiers Treat Jesus So Brutally?
Why did the soldiers treat Jesus so brutally, why was Jesuit priest John Gerard not declared a saint, is it advisable for me to date a woman 19 years younger than me, and Fatima Movie quote.
Open Line, Wednesday - 09/02/2020 - Trust God
How come two Bibles have different stories?, Was Zacchaeus the same person as the apostle Matthias?, How can I keep my faith and trust in God when life gets difficult and it seems like God isn't listening?, When Saul was going after David, did he really go to a witch and ask for Samuel, who was dead, and then spoke to him?, and more on today's Open Line Wednesday with Fr. Mitch Pacwa.
Open Line, Wednesday - 08/26/2020 - Catholics and Voting
Do mediums really have the ability to contact the dead?, Would Neanderthals have had an immortal soul or an animal soul? Is it possible then that human beings with an immortal soul mated with Neanderthals with an animal soul and their offspring were given an immortal soul?, How should a Catholic vote?, and more on today's Open Line Wednesday with Fr. Mitch Pacwa.
Open Line, Wednesday - 08/19/2020 - Praying In Tongues
If one of our brothers and sisters dies abruptly and are never able to receive the Anointing of the Sick or Last Rites, what can we do for them?, What domestic animals would Christ have interacted with?, How do I know what are considered sins by the Catholic Church?, Could you explain the indulgence for holy souls?, and more on today's Open Line Wednesday with Fr. Mich Pacwa.
Open Line, Wednesday - 08/12/2020 - The Lion and the Lamb
Is Ezekiel 20:10-14 connected to the parable of the fig tree?, How should you defend pro-life against the "what if you were raped?" charge?, How can I refute dispinsationalist claims?, and more on today's Open Line Wednesday with Fr. Mich Pacwa.
Open Line, Wednesday - 08/05/2020 - It's Impossible for God to Not Love Us
Can you elaborate on your position on using a vaccine against coronavirus in light of the responsibility we each have for our family and for our neighbor?, Is the 5th commandment thou shalt not kill, or thou shalt not murder?, Is voting for a pro-choice candidate a mortal sin?, and more on today's Open Line Wednesday with Fr. Mich Pacwa.
Open Line, Wednesday - 07/29/2020 - Principalities and Powers
Who was the first black person in the Bible?, We are frequently asked for contributions to any of several "Catholic" causes. Is there a way to determine whether these are genuine charities or 'fronts' for activist purposes?, Are the powers and principalities mentioned in the Bible good or bad?, and more on today's Open Line Wednesday with Fr. Mich Pacwa.
Open Line, Wednesday - 07/22/2020 - The Eucharist and the Real Presence
Non-Catholic Christians, who have accepted Jesus and are therefore by definition saved, cannot receive communion at a Catholic Church. Two questions: how do you think Jesus would feel about His followers being unable to receive Communion, and can you understand how non-Catholic Christians consider such denial the height of arrogance?, and more on today's Open Line Wednesday with Fr. Mich Pacwa.
Open Line, Wednesday - 07/15/2020 - Sanctifying Grace
I'm reading and hearing that Vatican II is not accepted by some people in the Church. Is that a schism or a difference of opinion?, Are there other times in Latin mass that use different words that are translated to English as the same word?, If God knows the past present and future how can we have free will?, and more on today's Open Line Wednesday with Fr. Mich Pacwa.
Open Line, Wednesday - 07/08/2020 - Marriage and Marijuana
Is it okay for me to watch Mass in pajamas?, Can someone who was Catholic be buried with only a rite of committal?, How should Catholics respond to being asked to use transgender pronouns?, Should I withhold marital relations over my husband's marijuana use?, and more on today's Open Line Wednesday with Fr. Mich Pacwa.
Open Line, Wednesday - 07/01/2020 - St. Peter in Rome
Why was Cain afraid of vengeance if the only other human beings present were his parents Adam and Eve?, Could you please tell me the correct pronunciation of the name "Elijah"?, Could we form a protective order for Catholics?, What historical arguments can we make to those who claim St. Peter was never in Rome?, and more on today's Open Line Wednesday with Fr. Mich Pacwa.
Open Line, Wednesday - 06/24/2020 - Black Lives Matter Movement
Does the word “arsenokoitai” translate into “boy molester” or “young boys” rather than “homosexuals”? Has the Church been wrong in their persecution of homosexuals over a translation error?, Is it better for me to abstain from communion or better to receive in the hand?, Should we get involved in the BLM movement?, and more on today's Open Line Wednesday with Fr. Mich Pacwa.
Open Line, Wednesday - 06/17/2020 - Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit
On your Scripture & Tradition program, you explained how our bodies will be restored to perfection at the end of time. Jesus, however, has the marks of his crucifixion in his resurrected body, presumably forever. Can you comment on this reality or refer me to any writings which examine it?, Can you please explain what is behind the LGBTQ+ agenda and what should be our Catholic position?, What is the difference between mourning and being poor in spirit?, and more on today's Open Line Wednesday with Fr. Mich Pacwa.
Open Line, Wednesday - 06/10/2020 - Spiritual Battle
Why did you become a Jesuit?, While history always showed that John the Apostle was in Ephesus for the late 1st century and Scripture also showed that Paul left Timothy in Ephesus to be the Bishop, what does that have to do with the authority of the two if they were there at the same time?, Did circumcision exist historically before Abraham?, and more on today's Open Line Wednesday with Fr. Mich Pacwa.