This week we’ll answer objections that a non-believer may have – that is, why is prayer necessary? Don’t good things happen without it? Also, how do we explain the souls of animals? Support this podcast at sspx.gifts – find Angelus Press, and note “For SSPX Podcast” at checkout.
Questions with Father
Questions with Fr. #18: The Ascension from Apostles’ Perspective, & How the First Commandment is Broken
Three Questions this week: Why was it so “easy” for the Chosen People to betray the First Commandment in the desert, is it wrong to pledge allegiance to something other than God, and why did the angels tell the Apostles not to look up to Heaven after the Ascension?
With this episode, Father discusses whether we see the Bible literally or figuratively by examining the great flood. Also, when did the Church start weighing in on life beginning at conception?
Fr. Robinson tackles the big questions surrounding life and death: What are ordinary means & extraordinary means, who should make decisions for those who cannot, and should we honor “last wishes”? Also, why do traditional Catholics use “Holy Ghost” not “Holy Spirit”?
This past December, Father Robinson answered listeners questions submitted via the sspx.org site and our Facebook page regarding Marian practices and the process of picking a spiritual director
Fr. John McFarland reviews the impediments and requirements for becoming a priest, as well as answering listener questions in this episode
Fr. Robinson discusses: When are faithful obliged to obey their pastors? Is it ok to eat Halal food? Is counting prayers superstition, Jansenism, or good?
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?
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?
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…