The Catholic Church and its views and teachings on specific subjects.

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I love an other faith girls,she is ready to be converted to a christian and grow our child as RC,Could i marry her in church without parents help? [closed]

I love an Islam girl,Her parents wont permit in converting to christian but she is ready to be converted . Please help us by showing a right way to marry her in church without either of our parents ...
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Why does the Catholic church only give the bread in communion? [duplicate]

Why do the Catholic Church except in very rare occasions give communion in bread only? The reasons I have heard is that the bread contains the body and the blood of Jesus but Orthodox Church give it ...
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Does the Pope have the authority to baptize aliens (martians)?

Does the Pope have the moral authority to baptize martians? Pope Francis says he would baptize aliens.
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Who, according to Catholic teaching, do Muslims worship?

Performing this Google search: Do Catholics and Muslims Worship the Same God? will return a number of sites and especially in the commboxes, there are divergent views from yes to no to yes but ... to ...
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According to Catholic Tradition, Is It Really Necessary to Say “Holy, Holy, Holy Lord”?

According to Catholic Tradition, is it really necessary to say "Holy, Holy, Holy Lord"? As Catholics, we say this at Sunday Mass; but I've often wondered if the triple 'holy' was either redundant ...
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Does the Catholic Church say or teach anything at all about “minimum wage?” [closed]

Does the Catholic Church say or teach anything at all about minimum wage? By this I do not mean that the Church says the minimum was should be $x.xx. Does the Church, perhaps through her social ...
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Where did the Roman Catholic denomination in India originate, and why are there differences amongst Indian Christians? [duplicate]

I would like to know from where Roman Catholic denomination originated. Why does we have many groups like CSI, Jacobites, Orthodox, Evangelist, etc? Is it because of the believes people divide among ...
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In the Catholic Traditional Mass, what is Low Mass? What other Masses are there?

In a comment to the answer about incense, Low Mass was mentioned. With Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI's Summorum Pontificum, there is the return of the use of the Roman Liturgy prior to the reform of ...
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What are the main differences between the current Roman Catholic Church's liturgical calendar and the one that preceded it?

What are the main differences between the current Roman Catholic Church's liturgical calendar (for the Roman Rite) and the one that preceded it?1 When did the change-over occur? For instance the ...
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According to Catholic teaching, is Mary the most perfect creature God could ever make or is she the most perfect he has made?

Is Mary the most perfect creature God could ever make or is she the most perfect creature God has made and he can always make a more perfect one? What is the Catholic teaching and theology on whether ...
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What is the Mexican celebration 'Las Mañanitas'?

What is the Mexican tradition Las Mañanitas celebrated in some Catholic Churches sometime in December? The acceptable answer will be the one that describes the tradition, its origin, and ...
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What are the rules for inheritance for women?

Are there any rules for inheritance for women in the Roman Catholic creed? It would be helpful if you could provide the verse for reference.
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Is love in a human being immanent or is to say that heresy?

In a paper I am writing I am trying to find a good word to describe that love (and compassion?) are inherent in every human being, and preferably that it comes from The Divine. According to Catholic ...
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According to the Catholic Church, who are those that belong to the full membership of the Church?

According to the Catholic Church, who are those that belong to the full membership1 of the Church? When answering, please reference an authoritative document e.g. the Catechism of the Catholic ...
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Homosexual marriages in the Catholic church

Based on Romans 13:1-2, if marriages between same sex partners are legal (in the state / country), would the church perform the rites/ritual? Furthermore, on what grounds could they NOT perform the ...
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What does the Catholic church say about the book of Ezekiel, chapter 23

The book of Ezekiel, chapter 23 contains adult expressions, many people feel uncomfortable reading. You don't usually read such words in a holy book. What does the Catholic church say about it? ...
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Did Jesus say “My people perish for lack of knowledge”?

There is a video on YouTube that went viral, in which a woman says "Jesus said: My people perish for lack of knowledge". I can't find anywhere in the bible where Jesus says something like this. Is ...
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What is the Catholic Church's attitude to the use of Viagra in marriage?

Is there an obligation to use Viagra if it would enable a couple to have children which they otherwise couldn't? This question originated from Should Catholic christians be obligated to use in vitro ...
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If Roman ordered crucifixion of Jesus why most of Christians are Roman Catholic? [closed]

As history says that crucifixion of Jesus was authorized by Roman authority why most of Christians are Roman Catholic? And Saint Peter was too crucified by same then how it came? PS: Please check ...
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How did the Catholic canon that Christians could not 'share a meal with a Jew' differ in spirit from the Pharisees traditions concerning Gentiles? [closed]

Anyone who has studied the New Testament knows that possibly the greatest offense that the Jewish leaders had against Christ was that he did not respect their traditions. Jews at that time put the ...
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Does Catholicism Share Some Beliefs with Deism?

Deism teaches the watchmaker analogy, and Catholicism teaches about the gift of free will and the natural order of things. Those seem to have a lot in common. For instance: According to Catholic ...
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How could Matthew change the same story found in Mark [duplicate]

The same story is found in both Mathew and Mark, yet Mathew, who is said to have written the Gospel after Mark's, but used Mark's skeleton structure and quotes him many many times, changes the story. ...
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Catholic chronology

Do Catholic geologists still take seriously (as literal chronology) Eccles 1:4 "the earth abideth forever" which Saint Thomas Aquinas cites inter alia in his discussion of God and eternity in Summa ...
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What's the purpose of angel's fight?

In Revelation 12:7 Then war broke out in heaven. Michael and his angels fought against the dragon, and the dragon and his angels fought back. According to common sense or human logic there ...
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Would organisms genetically descendent from humans fall under the purview of the Catholic defined God? [closed]

Scientists are discussing the theoretical possibility of transferring human bacteria to other planets as a way of encouraging a genetically descendent human species - primarily in places such as Mars. ...
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How does the Pope's recent evolution comments line up with the Gen 1; 1-5 text? [closed]

Gen 1:1-5 1 In the beginning God *c r e a t e d * the heavens and the earth. 2 Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was hovering over ...
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In Catholic Church history, have there been any extra-biblical reports of visions involving figures of other religions? [duplicate]

In the Christian Bible, the Transfiguration reports of Moses and Eli′jah appearing to Peter and James and John talking with Jesus. Therefore this can be taken as a biblical report of Christians ...
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What happens if the Cardinals who voted against the Pope get stuck with a Pope they don't like?

What happens if the Cardinals get stuck with a Pope they don't like? Do they still have to obey him?
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According to Catholic Tradition: Was the group he was addressing in the Book of Romans Gay? [closed]

In the same way the men also abandoned natural relations with women and were inflamed with lust for one another. Men committed shameful acts with other men, and received in themselves the due ...
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Does the Catholic Church still stand behind Isaiah 14:21?

The canon of the entire Bible was essentially settled around the turn of the fourth century. By logical extension, the Catholic Church thereby affirmed that the book of Isaiah represented the Word of ...
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Why are most Christian beliefs match with the spiritual practices of the Ancient Egypt? [duplicate]

I have watched the movie Zeitgeist where Christianity has been treated as a mere astrological thing, Jesus was also compared to the other gods and found out some profound similarities. Is Jesus the ...