Questions with Father

Questions with Father #12: Catholic Duties on Voting, Vocation Misconceptions, Modern Holy Days

Fr. John McFarland discusses when it is sinful not to vote and whether or not abortion trumps all other issues.  Also, Father is passionate about the topic of vocations, and addresses a commonly held misconception. Finally, a listener asks why Epiphany is no longer a Holy Day?

Questions with Father #11: Organ Donation & Communion in the Hand – What’s the Problem?

Listeners ask why Catholics pray to saints instead of just to God. Also, why has the Church historically had a problem with organ donation? And if there are such problems with the Novus Ordo Mass, why is Communion in the hand a big deal?

Questions with Father #10: Defending Latin Mass & What Are We Bound to Believe in Genesis?

During this episode, we ask Father how can we counter the argument: Popes throughout history have changed the Latin Mass – why can’t it be done now? As well, a curious dispute between Fr. Robinson and another Catholic organization…

Questions with Father 9: Is There Anything Good Since Vat. II? Why is the Rosary Repetitive, and Why Not Luminous Mysteries?

In this conversation with Fr. Paul Robinson, recorded on August 31, 2018, we talked about why we say the Rosary the way we do.  Isn’t it really repetitive? And why does the SSPX not support the addition of the Luminous Mysteries?  Also, we revisit two past questions in more detail: Has there been anything good to come from the last 50 years of the Church, and how would Father categorize recent pontificates using his “Episdetometer”?

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Questions with Father 8: Confessions in the Novus Ordo, Problems with Extreme Unction, Picking the Wrong Vocation

In a conversation with Fr. Paul Robinson, we discuss the importance of seeking out a priest for Confession when one is in danger of death, what one can do if they feel they have picked the wrong vocation, and the issues facing the sacraments in today’s Catholic Church, specifically Extreme Unction.

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Questions with Father 7: Morality of Tattoos, Fear of Confession, Father’s Reading List

In this episode, we speak with Fr. Frank Kurtz, who is stationed at Queen of Angels in Dickinson, TX, which suffered massive flooding last August. He Spoke with us about tattoos, the fear of Confession, and his suggestions for a good Catholic reading list:

Questions with Father 6: Epilepsy as Impediment to Priesthood, Statements from Pope Francis

Fr. Robinson discusses how to correlate Modernism with the study of Epistemology, as well as correlating our Faith with problematic statements from the Vatican, and impediments to a vocation.

Questions with Father 5: The Church’s Role in Education in the Middle Ages, Controlling God with Sin, Justice of Limbo

In this week’s episode with Fr. Robinson, Questions from listeners on: the often-overlooked history of the Church’s leading role as a scientific mind in the Middle Ages, how God allows sin – aren’t we “controlling” Him? And how can God say He wants all to be saved, if babies, through no fault of their own, are in Limbo?

Questions with Father 4: Does the Church weigh in on Cosmology, Questions about Veiling, Teen Internet Use

In this episode with Fr. Paul Robinson, a reader of his book, the Realist Guide to Religion and Science asked if the Church has an official stance on Geocentricism vs. Heliocentricism. In addition, we discuss whether ladies’ veiling is a custom or an obligation, and how parents should treat teens’ use of the internet and computer in the home.

Questions with Father 3: Objections to “Realist Guide” Book / Working with Teens

Episode 3 of “Questions with Father” discusses some recent misconceptions about his book, “The Realist Guide to Religion and Science” as well as tips for parents on working with their teens.