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Today’s secular world throws curve balls at us all the time. AskACatholicPriest is a Q&A feature that anyone can use. Just type in your question or send an email to and you will get a personal response back from one of our priests at RCSpirituality. You can ask about anything – liturgy, prayer, moral questions, current events… Our goal is simply to provide a trustworthy forum for dependable Catholic guidance and information. So go ahead and ask your question…

“Ask a Priest: What Does “Giving It to God” Mean?”

  Q: I was born/raised Catholic. I left the Church for a long time and went to other churches for a while. I came back to the Catholic Church because I signed my daughters up with the Catholic school in the area, and it was required to go to church or pay extra money. That being said, I have learned more about the religion... Get the Answer!

Spiritual Smoothie:
Did Jesus Really Invent the Papacy?

Did Jesus really invent the papacy? Where can this be found in the Bible?  Read More →

The Communion Rite – The Fraction of the Bread (5)

The Communion Rite The Fraction of the Bread “Behold the Lamb of God, behold him who takes away the sins of the world. Blessed are those called to the supper of the Lamb.” The... Read More

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A Personal Invitation from Fr. John Bartunek, LC

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A Personal Invitation from Fr. John Bartunek, LC

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“Ask a Priest: How Do We Know the Compilers of the Bible Got It Right?”

Q: I came across a couple of things I wanted a Catholic perspective on. I couldn’t ask these questions from anyone in my parish or Catholic friends, for fear of judgment. Here are my questions: 1) How do we know the compilers of the Bible were right for excluding some books but including others? 2) “It doesn’t matter... Get the Answer!

“Ask a Priest: How Can I Overcome a Habit of Lying?”

  Q: I am fighting an ongoing battle with a habitual sin: lying. Since I can remember, I have lied about even the littlest things: to make myself seem more interesting, to engage in conversation … most of the time I do not even know why I do so. I am not sure what to do about it anymore, and I need some spiritual direction.... Get the Answer!

Fall Ahead in Prayer: Weekly Message for 8-23-16

Dear Fellow Digital Pilgrim, pax Christi: I recently asked a dear friend of mine, Donna Garrett, as a lay member of Regnum Christi to offer some words of encouragement to share... Read More

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