The Catechism of the Catholic Church states: 2211 The political community has a duty to honor the family, to assist it, and to ensure especially [...] the protection of security and health, ...
Has Catholic Church always taught that our corporeal nature necessary for humans to experience affection? (Catholic)
Has Catholic Church always taught that our corporeal nature is a necessary requirement for us to experience affection? or is the thought mainly coming from St. Thomas Aquinas? Thank you,
Is the type of love shared between all heavenly members an affectionate brotherly love mentioned in Bible (Catholic)?
Does Catholic Church teach that the type of love shared between all heavenly members is an affectionate brotherly love mentioned in Bible, for example, Romans 12:10 and 2 Pet. 1:5-7? Below are the ...
What does the Catholic Church think about God being defined as “that than which nothing greater can be conceived”?
I think most modern Catholic theologians disagree with the claim that existing is greater than not existing, but what about the definition given by Anselm? Is that accepted? Why or why not?