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Is the Death Penalty Wrong? - FR. WILLIAM SAUNDERS

A few weeks ago you wrote about the "pro-choice argument" and how human life is sacred. Yet, I discovered that the Catechism permits capital punishment. That seems to be a contradiction. What do you think?  Email This Article

Is the Gospel Anti-Semitic? - Fr. William Saunders

During Lent, many of the readings from the Gospel of St. John referred "to the Jews" in a negative way. It sounds anti-Semitic. How should we understand this?  Email This Article

Is the Mass Really a Sacrifice? - FR. WILLIAM SAUNDERS

A friend of mine who belongs to an evangelical church was asking me about the Mass. She read a quote from Hebrews, which seemed to say that the Mass could not be a sacrifice. Can you help me in this matter?  Email This Article

Is There Free Will in Heaven? - FR. WILLIAM SAUNDERS

I have always assumed that any human who merits heaven after this valley of tears is in heaven forever. However, in view of the fact that the bad angels were in heaven (I presume) and rebelled against God, it is not possible that those of us who are saved could rebel against God in heaven? I guess my question is, do we exercise free will in heaven?  Email This Article

Is There Really a Devil? - FR. WILLIAM SAUNDERS

We hear so much about angels these days. What about the devil?  Email This Article

Jesus, the 'Lamb of God' - FR. WILLIAM SAUNDERS

Why is Jesus called the "Lamb of God?" Would this be the reason why we use the "Lamb of God" song in the Mass?  Email This Article

John Paul the Great - Fr. William Saunders

Many have been calling our dear Pope John Paul II "the great." Have any other popes had this title?  Email This Article

Just War For Modern Time - FR. WILLIAM SAUNDERS

Recently, I have heard about the Clinton administration's planned invasion of Haiti. Would this be considered moral? What would be the criteria for a "just war" in today's world?  Email This Article

Justice, Fortitude, Temperance - Fr. William Saunders

Last week, Straight Answers addressed the topic of the cardinal virtues those "hinge" virtues that are the foundation of all virtues. Having examined the virtue of prudence, we now turn to justice, fortitude and temperance.  Email This Article

Keeping Relics in Perspective - Fr. William Saunders

Last week, you mentioned that relics of the saints are traditionally placed in the altar. I also remember that when our church recently dedicated a new altar, relics were placed in it before the bishop consecrated it. Could you please address the topic of relics in an article?  Email This Article

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