Catholic Answers Runs Out Of Questions; To Close Its Doors In May
San Diego, CA–It was officially announced today that after 25 years, the largest lay-run Catholic apostolate for evangelization and apologetics in the United States Catholic Answers is closing its doors for good this May. The decision to shut down the apostolate was revealed on a live broadcast of The World Over with Raymond Arroyo last week when, during the break, Catholic Answers Founder and President Karl Keating was caught on a hot mic saying, “Honestly, though, I’m kinda over it. I mean, how many times during Lent do I have to be asked whether frog legs are considered meat?” 63-year-old Keating spoke to the press after the interview and apologized to anyone he may have offended. “Here’s the thing…we’ve pretty much answered everything there is to answer. Simply put, we’ve run out of questions.” The apostolate is expected to close its doors after releasing its final issue of Catholic Answers Magazine, in which the topic of the proper amount of incense required during a Chaldean Rite liturgy is discussed. “Yup…that’ll pretty much wrap it up,” Keating said.