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Lead Us Not into Temptation - Father William P. Saunders

In the Our Father, we pray, "And lead us not into temptation." This sounds a little odd, because why would God lead us into temptation?  Email This Article

Leavened or Unleavened Bread? - FR. WILLIAM SAUNDERS

About a year ago, I attended Mass at a parish I had never been to before. During Communion, I noticed that the host was made of leavened bread. I thought Communion hosts were only supposed to be made from unleavened bread. Could you explain the Church’s teaching on this matter?  Email This Article

Lenten Pretzels - Fr. William Saunders

Do pretzels really have anything to do with Lent?  Email This Article

Limits to Receiving the Eucharist - FR. WILLIAM SAUNDERS

Please cite the Canon Law code that says one can only receive Communion twice a day and all of the stipulations. And what are the consequences to exceeding that law even if your intentions are truly to feel united with Christ and not a numbers game?  Email This Article

Liturgical Vestments - Fr. William Saunders

Earlier this spring, you wrote a series on the Order of the Mass. I have always wondered about the vestments that priests wear at Mass. Would you write a column on this?  Email This Article

Living a Virtuous Life - Part 1 - FR. WILLIAM SAUNDERS

I keep hearing about the importance of virtue and being virtuous, but no one explains what virtue is. Why don’t you do a column about this?  Email This Article

Love the Sinner, Not the Sin - FR. WILLIAM SAUNDERS

Having reviewed last week the Church’s condemnation of the practice of homosexuality, we now turn more specifically to the person. As the moral adage goes, “Condemn the sin, but not the sinner.”  Email This Article

Making a Good Confession - FR. WILLIAM SAUNDERS

I have heard the priests of my parish encouraging us to go to confession during Lent. I admit I have not been to confession in years because I am not sure I know how to go to confession. With all the changes that occurred in the '60s, would you please review how to go to confession?  Email This Article

Marriage in the Church - Fr. William Saunders

Do Catholics have to be married in the Catholic Church?  Email This Article

Marriage Outside the Church - FATHER WILLIAM SAUNDERS

My daughter and her fiance are planning to be married in a Protestant Church.  Email This Article

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