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 - 01/15/2020 - Are Catholics Permitted to Be Masons?
Are Catholics permitted to be Masons (2:16), is it ideal for Catholics to marry nonCatholics, how are we reconciled to God, why do Catholics combine the reception of Sacraments, where did the word "hell" come from, what will heaven be like and did Mary experience fear?
Called to Communion - 01/14/2020 - Are Catholics Pharisees?
Are Catholics Pharisees, what is the New Israel, is Sola Scriptura true, how can I come back to the Church when my family and I are in another Church, why do we offer our suffering for someone else's intentions and does God contradict His goodness if he physically punishes sin like in the Flood? Discover more about the Catholic faith with Dr. David Anders.
Called to Communion - 01/13/2020 - Can Vegetarians Eat Jesus?
Can vegetarians eat Jesus and is it cannibalism to receive the Eucharist (19:22), where does Scripture show us to pray to Saints, can I date a divorced non-Catholic, what is the difference between the Sacred Heart of Jesus and Jesus? Discover more about the Catholic faith with Dr. David Anders.
Called to Communion - 01/12/2020 - When Is War Justified?
(Best Of) What is the Church's stance on war and when is war justified (14:13), is America a Christian nation (17:38), why does Jesus say "do this in remembrance of me", do we cease to exist if our personality changes, why do Protestants emphasize the Rapture and Catholics don't, and will I have six-pack abs in Heaven?
Called to Communion - 01/10/2020 - Jesus Makes Us His Backup Singers
Dr. David Anders discusses listeners' questions from the mailbag. How Jesus makes us the backup singers to His solo (38:10), what is the difference between grace and personal merit, how can I become Catholic if I am in a gay marriage and would I need an annulment, is the grace we receive from the sacraments temporary, do Catholics worship Mary, and is suffering a necessary byproduct of holiness.