What’s stopping you from becoming a Catholic? Catholic catechist, writer and speaker, Dr. David Anders answers that question and more when he takes calls from non-Catholics.
Most Recent Episodes
Called to Communion - 10/14/2019 - Why is Baptism Necessary?
Why is Baptism necessary since Jesus already died for our sins (30:22), why should we try to do good works to be saved (21:22), and is it important to experience pious emotions when receiving the sacraments (39:44)? Discover the answers to these questions and more.
Called to Communion - 10/13/2019 - Were Catholics the First Protestants?
(Best Of) Were Catholics the first Protestants (8:24), is it possible for Satan to repent (4:52), what is Church Tradition (5:53), did the Creation story and Flood really happen (1:45), and what is prayer and should we be careful what we pray for (47:05)? Dr. David Anders helps us to enrich our knowledge of the Catholic faith.
Called to Communion - 10/11/2019 - What is Necessary For Salvation?
What is necessary for salvation (22:34), what is the evidence for God's existence (28:57), why do Catholics use crucifixes when Jesus rose from the dead (34:55), and why go to a priest for Confession (47:35)? Dr. David Anders reaches into the Mailbag to answer these questions and more.
Called to Communion - 10/10/2019 - I am Spiritual But Not Religious
Is it enough to be spiritual but not religious (2:10), what is the point of religion and how is religion a virtue (3:30), do some Church Fathers prove that we are saved by faith alone (39:27), and what is the difference between public & private revelation (48:01)? Dr. David Anders reaches into the mailbag and helps us open the door to understanding the Catholic faith.
Called to Communion - 10/09/2019 - Is Yin & Yang the Same As Good & Evil?
Is Yin & Yang the same as what the Catholic Church teaches about good & evil(29:05), have Popes in history ever been wrong (16:32), would Christ have died for only one person (4:08), and does the Protestant Church have any authority given it by Christ (24;59)? Dr. David Anders empowers us with what we need to know about Catholicism.