This week’s FQ: Homosexuality

After a week off for a vacation, the Faithful Question Summer series resumes tomorrow (Thursday August 6th) at 7 PM. The topic this week is homosexuality. Here’s the summary from YouTube:

There are many misconceptions about what our faith teaches about homosexuality. Deacon Ken will do his best to dispel those misunderstandings and give you comfort regarding God’s love for all His children. Whether you have family and friends who are gay or just want to better understand the Church’s teaching, this talk is for you.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YwRv6pabFak

So head over to the YouTube link and set a notification or (if it is time) to watch the live-stream:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YwRv6pabFak

This week’s FQ: Marriage!

The unrelented taskmaster that is time does not let up. It’s already a new week and thus time to think about another Faithful Questions session. This week’s topic is “How can I improve my marriage?”

Summary on YouTube:

Marriage is a great gift, but one that requires effort to maintain. Unfortunately, all too often, when people look to improve their marriages, they don’t look to the theology of the Church. In this Faithful Questions session we’ll look at the practical ways we can use Catholic theology to improve our marriages.

Marriage is a great gift, but one that requires effort to maintain. Unfortunately, all too often, when people look to improve their marriages, they don’t look to the theology of the Church. In this Faithful Questions session we’ll look at the practical ways we can use Catholic theology to improve our marriages.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cM5wzb6wB_o

Go over to YouTube to set a reminder or (if it’s time) to watch the Live-Stream:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cM5wzb6wB_o

Next Faithful Questions session schedule – Liturgical Year

This week’s Faithful Questions video has been scheduled/listed over on YouTube. It’s next Thursday (7/16/2020) at 7 PM and is titled “Why do we have the Liturgical Year?”:

Everybody loves to celebrate Christmas and Easter. Many of us find meaning in Lent. Yet far fewer understand how all the seasons fit together. Advent, Lent, Ordinary Time, Christmas and Easter seasons after the holiday… what does it all mean? In this talk we’ll show how it these season interlock, the flow that is intended, and how we can make the most of each Church season.

Go over there to set a reminder, get the link, etc.:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6wMxDt_biYA

Faithful Questions tonight – Confession

This week’s Faithful Questions video has been scheduled/listed over on YouTube. It’s tonight (7/2/2020) at 7 PM and is titled “Why do we confess to priest?”

The Sacrament of Confession can be very intimidating, even to those who go somewhat frequently. A part of that angst comes from having to confess to a Priest in a small private room. Why do we do that? Is it supposed to be so intimidating? Can’t we just confess our sins straight to God? Isn’t He the one who does the forgiving? We’ll discuss these questions and many more in this Faithful Questions session.

Go over there to set a reminder, get the link, etc.:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qJofo_GCohQ

New FQ promo video

I think Faithful Questions could have a much broader audience now than it currently reaches. To that end, I created a promotional video for the current summer 2020 weekly series. Please share it with all of your contacts. Let’s put social media to work for us!

Faithful Questions tonight – Old vs. New Testament

This week’s Faithful Questions video has been scheduled/listed over on YouTube. It’s tonight (6/25/2020) at 7 PM and is titled “Did God change between the Old and New Testaments?”

There are those who see the arrival of Jesus, and the scripture that results, as a massive change from before. As a result, one might wonder if this means God changed. In this talk we’ll discuss the possibility of God changing and what the Church teaches.

Go over there to set a reminder, get the link, etc.:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NZsvEKWncgQ