I’ve been to confession, but I can’t seem to be able to forgive myself. What do I do?
I find myself consistently becoming more and more aware of the good things in other people's lives — and the lack of good things in my life.
You have just described the experience of probably every single Catholic parent who has ever brought their children to Mass.
I have noticed something happening in our society that people have called “cancel culture.” How are we supposed to respond to this as Christians?
These are the kinds of questions that can lead to a deepening and maturing of faith, so I am very glad that you asked about this.
I feel like my faith keeps failing. What can I do to maintain a strong and lively faith?
This is a great question, and I would like to look at it in two parts.
Thank you for the lesson on the particular judgment, Father. But the person wrote and asked about the Final Judgment. What is that?
I’ve been having a difficult time with the idea that I’m called to be a saint.
I find that I am so concerned with making sure that I am doing what I am “supposed to be doing” that I rarely have a moment to rest.
I think that I am terrible at evangelization.
I am wondering how much I can be vulnerable with people. I have been able to tell some key people in my life about struggles of mine, but when can I tell others?
Masses have been canceled. How are we supposed to survive as Catholics, much less continue to grow and raise our families in the faith?
Some of my co-workers seem think that I believe that my religion saves me.
I have heard that curiosity can be considered a vice. That doesn’t make any sense to me.
I have family members who are Catholic, but they openly do not live as Catholics. I don’t know how to offer them correction.
The catechism defines blasphemy as “directly opposed to the second commandment.
I heard that the pope wrote a document on youth recently. What are the main takeaways?