Catholic Questions

We all have questions in our challenging and changing world. Come explore the beautiful and timeless teachings of the Catholic Church to lead you in the way of true answers.

Each week is a stand-alone topic. No need to commit to a series and no registration is required. Choose the question that piques your interest. Come as your schedule allows. Facilitated by Jack  Panosian.

Topics and Dates

  1. What is the “truth” about moral relativism?
    Saint Pope John Paul II said that a relativistic civilization does not have in itself a sufficient capacity to survive and is doomed to a slow decay. Come explore what he meant by this statement.
    Thursday, January 20
    7:00-8:30 pm

    Stapleton Center
  2. Why is the Catholic Church opposed to contraception and in vitro fertilization?
    It’s more complicated than you may think. Sensitive to couples who may have struggles with natural conception, Kelly and Jack Panosian will present the teachings of the Church and discuss the why.
    Thursday, February 3
    7:00-8:30 pm
    Stapleton Center
  3. What does Pope Francis have to say about caring for the environment?
    A look at the Encyclical, Laudato-Si: On Care of Our Common Home.
    Thursday, February 17
    7:00-8:30 pm

    Stapleton Center
  4. Do angels and demons really exist?
    Understanding the doctrine of God’s messengers, the faithful and the fallen.
    Thursday, March 3
    7:00-8:30 pm
    Stapleton Center
  5. What does it really mean to be a Pro-Life Catholic?
    Embrace Saint Pope John Paul II’s challenge from his Encyclical, Evangelium Vitae: The Gospel of Life, to be “unconditionally prolife”.
    Thursday, April 7
    7:00-8:30 pm
    Stapleton Center