CA Live: “Do Not Judge:” Was Jesus a Relativist?

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When Jesus said “Do Not Judge,” did he mean we can’t judge a person’s behavior? If not, then what did he mean? How do we know there is objective truth? How do I respond to someone that says “It’s true for you, but not for me?”  Listen to this edition of Catholic Answers Live to hear my answers. Audio Download


The Resurrection: Hallucination or Vision?

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Suppose your ninety-year-old grandmother tells you she sees leprechauns dancing in the butter dish in the cafeteria at her assisted living home. Would you think her perception conforms to objective reality? Or would you think she’s hallucinating? My guess is the latter. Imagine now your grandmother dies, and then a few days later you see her sitting in a chair …


CA Live: Were the Apostles Bible-Only Christians?

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What Bible passages do Protestants use to support Sola Scriptura? Where in the Bible is Sacred Tradition held on a par with Sacred Scripture? How do I respond to someone that thinks all they need is the Holy Spirit to interpret the Bible? Listen to this edition of Catholic Answers Live to hear my answers. Audio Download

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“Karlo’s presentation was very well received.  He displayed great energy from start to finish.  His ability to “paint a picture” is outstanding.  We would very much like to have him back to the Parish for another presentation.  I am grateful for all his energy and passion in Christ.”  

“Karlo’s talk,  “Science: A Believer’s Friend or Foe?” was truly an eye opener.  I found Karlo’s passion for the subject matter a true breath of fresh air and very contagious – it sparked my own passion for the subject.  His knowledge of the topics was as expansive as the topics themselves.  As a history “buff,” I truly enjoyed Karlo’s presentation …

Karlo was spellbinding as young college minds heard for the first time the Truth about Who is the author of all that is. He spoke throughout in what writers describe as “active voice” never breaking thoughts and speaking clearly and masterfully on such a lofty subject matter. His cogent linear portrayals reveal this mastery.