I've given thousands of lectures around the country and have always made it a practice to allow for as many questions as possible. Here are the most interesting ones I've been asked, and the answers I gave. Here is Peter Kreeft's Introduction to his book "Ask Peter Kreeft" along with three sample questions and his answers.
Attorney General William Barr was excoriated by the mainstream press and the social media offenderati for his speech at the (Roman Catholic) University of Notre Dame last week.
Many have said that the Pew study reflects a catechetical failure. I fear the opposite: it reflects a certain kind of catechetical success.
A bishop condescendingly asked John Henry Newman, "Who are the laity?" To which the great saint, and, one hopes, future Doctor of the Church, replied that the Church would look foolish without them.