Question of the Week

What do you see as the biggest challenge facing Pope Francis as the leadership of the Roman Catholic Church changes?

The government of North Korea has officially declared an end to the armistice with South Korea, and has threatened a “preemptive nuclear strike” against nations of the world who have supported U.N. economic sanctions of North Korea in the aftermath of its Feb. 15 underground nuclear test. Why do you think the world’s governments and people do not rise up as a group and say to North Korea, finally and at last, “Okay, enough is enough”?

What did you know of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, who died Feb. 5? What is your estimation of his time in power?

What is the biggest problem in the world today, as you see it? By that is meant: What is the problem that you believe deserves the most attention right now, this very day?

From a New Spirituality point of view, what was your impression of U.S. President Obama’s State of the Union message?

Should there be armed guards in our schools? Is the NRA right about that?

Have you ever seen anyone die, right in front of your face? If so, what was your experience of that?

What is your New Year’s Resolution? And, secondly, what is your wish for the New Year?

If there was a way to make the Christmas Spirit last longer than just one blessed and relieving week, what, in your opinion, would that be?

The National Rifle Association has just held a press conference at which their top executive said that what American needs right now are more guns, not less, and called for armed guards at every school in the nation. Do you agree?