Live from Abu Dhabi Connect the World takes you on a journey across continents, investigating the stories that are changing our world.
His story is controversial and it's got many people talking.
Father Alberto Cutie caused a stir in 2009 when he was pictured kissing a woman on the beach while serving as a priest in the Roman Catholic Church.
Soon after the pictures surfaced he decided to leave the Catholic Church and marry the woman he says he fell in love with.
No stranger to publicity, the American-Cuban had already gained popularity as the first priest to host a secular television and radio talk show; he was even dubbed ‘Father Oprah’ by many of his followers for his sound relationship advice.
Now almost two years later, he is married with a child, and is serving in the Episcopal Church.
Father Cutié recently released a candid memoir, which he says reflects the devastating struggle between upholding his sacred promises as a priest and falling in love.
His story has, unsurprisingly, stirred the age-old debate about celibacy in the priesthood.
What do you want to ask Father Cutié? Leave your questions for him below, and do tell us where you are writing in from.
He was voted Olympian of the century by "Sports Illustrated" magazine and there's a good reason why.
Multiple Olympic gold medallist Carl Lewis is one of the most famous track and field athletes of all time.
The American's professional career began in 1979, when he found success as a sprinter and long jumper at the University of Houston.
Carl went on to win multiple medals, including ten Olympic medals - nine of which were gold - before retiring from all athletic competition in 1997.
Since retirement, Carl has devoted a great deal of time to charity and set up the Carl Lewis Foundation. He is also pursuing another one of his passions - acting.
Here's your chance to have your questions answered by this world-famous athlete.
Please leave your questions for Carl Lewis below and be sure to include where you're writing from.
Famed chef Wolfgang Puck has made food for everyone from politicians, world leaders and even Hollywood's A-list.
Born in Austria in 1949, Puck was surrounded by people in the food industry from an early age - his mother worked as a pastry chef and he learned many of his cooking skills from her.
Puck worked at restaurants in Monaco and France before he eventually moved to the United States in 1973.
After setting up shop in Los Angeles, Puck had a number of successful restaurants under his belt including the celebrity hot spot Spago.
But it is the Academy Awards that has led Wolfgang Puck to global fame.
Puck is the official caterer to the Academy Awards Governors Ball and has cooked for everyone from Arnold Schwarzenegger to Tom Cruise.
As another Academy Awards comes, this is your chance to have your questions answered by this world-famous chef.
Perhaps you want to know what's on the menu this year? Maybe what celebrity is a difficult eater?
Please leave your questions for Wolfgang Puck below and be sure to include where you're writing from.