Catholic Answers LIVECatholic Answers LIVE

Catholic Answers Live, hosted by Cy Kellett, is a daily, two-hour radio program dedicated to Catholic apologetics and evangelization. According to listener surveys, it is a runaway favorite on Catholic stations across America. 

As a call-in program, Catholic Answers Live connects listeners to prominent leaders in the Church today—including scholars, nuns, priests, bishops, and cardinals—and touches on every aspect of our lives as Christians. You'll hear discussions on just about everything relating to the Church: doctrinal controversies, family concerns,  social issues, evangelization, ethics…you name it! 

Catholic Answers Live airs every Monday through Friday from 6-8 PM Eastern (3-4 PM Pacific) on over 360 AM and FM stations in the United States, Sirius Satellite Radio channel 130, and through the Internet at catholic.com. If you can't listen live, you can subscribe to our podcast or download individual shows from our MP3 archive. 

Call in with your question at 1-888-31-TRUTH!

 

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Most Recent Episodes

#8580 Pro-Life Open Forum - Dr. George Delgado

Ethical questions seem to multiply as medical science advances. Dr. George Delgado takes listener calls about the beginning and end of life and about the proper use of medical technology.

Questions Covered:

08:45 - The main argument for abortion being wrong is that it takes an innocent life. How is war the same or different in light of that principle?
17:37 - In vitro fertilization is considered immoral because it requires deaths of a lot of embryos. How do we respond to people saying that we deny people the ability to have kids by trying to outlaw it?
32:13 - Is it ever okay to have an…

#8579 Open Forum - Tim Staples

The callers choose the topics during Open Forum, peppering our guests with questions on every aspect of Catholic life and faith, the moral life, and even philosophical topics that touch on general religious belief.

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Questions Covered:

04:20 - When praying the Hail Mary, as opposed to the Our Father, how should we interiorly align ourselves so that we do not slip into the mindset of actually glorifying Mary?
13:19 - Can you explain a bit what is meant in 1 Corinthians 5:1-5, particularly verses 4-5?
18:09 - What are your thoughts on the…

#8578 Open Forum - Tim Staples

The callers choose the topics during Open Forum, peppering our guests with questions on every aspect of Catholic life and faith, the moral life, and even philosophical topics that touch on general religious belief.

Book Tim to speak at your parish or next event.

Questions Covered:

02:51 - What is the magisterium?
18:50 - Do good and evil meet in any way?
21:45 - What daily devotional habits should someone in RCIA start cultivating, and can you give me advice on picking a Confirmation name?
28:48 - In John 6, Jesus says, “unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood,…

#8577 Aquinas' Five Ways - Robert Delfino

Questions Covered:

22:21 - Isn’t there a moral problem in our world and aren’t people resisting responsibility and obligations so they reject God?
34:28 - Why can’t multiple gods exist?
43:50 - Where is the evidence of supernaturalism in our world outside of philosophy?
48:50 - If God created man and man is capable of evil, does that mean God is capable of evil? Is evil necessary for creation to exist?
Resources Mentioned:

Does God Exist?: A Socratic Dialogue on the Five Ways of Thomas Aquinas by Matt Fradd and Robert Delfino

#8577 Aquinas's Five Ways - Robert Delfino

Questions Covered:

22:21 - Isn’t there a moral problem in our world and aren’t people resisting responsibility and obligations so they reject God?
34:28 - Why can’t multiple gods exist?
43:50 - Where is the evidence of supernaturalism in our world outside of philosophy?
48:50 - If God created man and man is capable of evil, does that mean God is capable of evil? Is evil necessary for creation to exist?
Resources Mentioned:

Does God Exist?: A Socratic Dialogue on the Five Ways of Thomas Aquinas by Matt Fradd and Robert Delfino

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