|Dr. Marian Horvat answers questions on using Catholic symbols in fashion
|1. What impact does the portrayal of religious imagery in fashion have on the Catholic Faith?
|2. Is the use of religious imagery for adornment purposes against the teachings of the Faith?
|3. Does the use of religious imagery in fashion have a negative or positive impact on society’s perception of the Faith?
|4. What age group of people would be most offended by the use of religious imagery in fashion?
|5. Could there be any positive outcomes from Catholic designers using their faith as inspiration behind their collections?
|6. Which is the stronger and more influential institution: religion or fashion? Why?
|7. Are pop icons like Madonna and Lady Gaga the way forward in spreading the beliefs and views of religion?
|8. What are your opinions on this Dolce and Gabbana ad campaign?
| The editor of Exposing Marxism in the Church interviews Dr. Carol Byrne on Dorothy Day
|1. Why do you contest the decision of the American Bishops to promote the canonization of Dorothy Day?
|2. What was the nature of her “flirtation” with the Communist Party?
|3. Why is the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops a "little more than a left-wing coalition," as you say?
4. What can and should Catholics do about the process of making Dorothy Day a saint?
5. Could you name the conservatives who are ignoring the truth about Dorothy Day?
6. Was Dorothy Day against abortion? Did she take any pro-life position?
7. Is there anything Catholics can do about the political orientation of the Bishops’ Conference?
|The editor of Catholic Family News interviews A. S. Guimarães on Will He Find Faith?
|1. Please tell us about your new book. How does it fits into your 11-volume Collection?
|2. Why didn't you publish volumes II and III?
|3. What do you mean when you say that the Faith was always an objective ensemble of truths, but since the Council it is considered subjective?
|4. What do you mean by the Faith now being relative rather than absolute?
|5. What about the universality of the Faith, valid for men rather than for particular situations?
|6. How has the expression of the Faith changed to being based on and adapted to history from being based on immutable dogma?
|7. Where in Vatican II are these errors put forward explicitly?
|8. Why did you devote a considerable section of the book to the development of Modern Philosophy?
|9. Could you explain the ambiguous phrase "theology of Communion"?
|10. Can you tell us the meaning of the title, Will He Find Faith? Also, the picture on the cover?
|An interview with Marian T. Horvat about The Admirable Life of Mother Mariana
|1. What were some of the prophecies and have they been realized?
|2. Did Our Lady mention the Pope specifically with regard to the general apostasy of the Church in our times?
|3. Why do you think Our Lady said she would reserve knowledge for this revelation for the 20th century?
|4. Have the life and prophecies of Mother Mariana been studied by Church authorities?
|5. What do you think are the most impressive parts in this work by Fr. Manuel Pereira?
|6. Would you say some final words to readers of this interview?
|Questions from readers on the Collection Eli, Eli, Lamma Sabacthani?
|1. Where are Volumes II and III of the 11-volume Collection?
|2. Why were the Special Editions added to the Collection?
|3. What about the two collaborative works We Reist You to the Face and An Urgent Plea: Do Not Change the Papacy. Are they part of the Collection?
|4. Are the published volumes available in hardback editions?
|5. How long did it take to write the Collection?
|6. What is the significance of the title Eli, Eli, Lamma Sabacthani?
|7. Would you list the unpublished titles of the Collection?
|8. What is the next edition to be released?
|9. Why is there a warning on your site about TAN and the publication of some of your books?
|Basic Questions on Our Lady of Good Success
|1. Is this a new apparitions? Has it been approved by the Church?
|2. What do these revelations talk about
|3. Who was Mother Mariana de Jesus Torres, the nun who received those revelations?
|4. Why haven't I heard of these apparitions until recently?
|5. What is the origin of the invocation?
|6. How is the devotion spreading today?
|7. Why is the quality of the statue of the Infant Jesus different?
|8. Is this devotion the same as Our Lady of Sorrows in Quito?
|9. What is meant by the words "good success"?
|10. When is the miraculous statue on display to the public?
|Katolic Revue from the Czech Republic interviews A. S. Guimarães on Different Topics
|1. When did you begin your writing against Modernism and the situation in the Church?
|2. When did you begin to write the 11-volume Collection? Could you mention the theologians you interviewed and an example of the topics you discussed with them?
|3. Would you apply the words of Our Lady at Fatima "The dogma of faith will be preserved in Portugal" to the diocese of Campos in Brazil?"
|4. What do you think about the "reconciliation" of the Fraternity of St. Jean Marie Vianney with Rome?
|5. What do you think about the so-called “indult” given to traditionalist priests?
|6. What is your relationship with the SSPX?
|7. Do you think that the current crisis in the Catholic Church will be ended by the human factor?
|8. Could you explain what you mean by the terms conservative, traditionalist and counter-revolutionary?
|9. What do you think about the actions and works of Fr. Nicolas Gruner?
|The editor of L.A. Mission interviews A. S. Guimarães on his book Quo Vadis, Petre?
|1. Did the October 1999 pan-religious meeting in any way encourage you to write Quo Vadis, Petre?
|2. Were your worries confirmed?
|3. Do you now have greater or less concern about the future of the Church's ecumenism?
|4. Is it clear that the "common martyrology" as proposed by the Pope is tantamount to canonization?
|5. What do you find wrong in the Pope's desire to make a "more just and honest portrait of Martin Luther?
|6. What is wrong with finding "points of convergence" between Protestants and Catholics?
|7. Does Vatican Council II really state that there is a possibility of salvation in the practice of innumerable religions?