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I'm a life-long Catholic and have always attended what is now referred to as the extraordinary rite of Mass (also called "Traditional Latin Mass" or "1962 Liturgy"). I don't speak Latin but can read it (though I'm a bit rusty, especially with the vocabulary which isn't common in the liturgy). After becoming lukewarm-to-cold in the practice of my Faith I had a re-awakening since my late 20s and have learned much more in the last ten years than in my first twenty.

I'm also a computer programmer and created the website www.AudioSancto.org in order to disseminate the very excellent sermons of a handful of priests.


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comment What evidence do we have today about Christian groups not represented at the first four ecumenical councils?
"Again, Mormons really believe this..." There is a phrase I'm trying to find about a blind squirrel and an acorn... how does that go? :-)
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comment What evidence do we have today about Christian groups not represented at the first four ecumenical councils?
It's an equally bold claim to say that certain Jews of the first century AD could speak in their native language and be understood by speakers of many diverse tongues... but that is recorded in the Bible. I will look up the historical claims to back what I said with regard to north and south America. As for Thomas evangelizing in India: he died there, and I don't think it was a non-working vacation. :-) The Wikipedia link: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_the_Apostle#Thomas_and_India
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comment What evidence do we have today about Christian groups not represented at the first four ecumenical councils?
Since I'm getting voted down on this answer I'm going to have to dig into the source documents cited above and come back with more details on this. To the people voting this answer down: are you doing so because you don't believe that the Apostle Thomas evangelized north and south America?
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revised What are the Biblical arguments against modalism?
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answered What are the Biblical arguments against modalism?
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revised What is Messianic Judaism?
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answered Fasting in Daniel 10, What is going on?
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comment What is Messianic Judaism?
I had this conversation by email with a Messianic Jew a couple years ago which is why I had the link to that PDF handy. In the early years of Christianity there was contention between the Jewish converts and the Gentile converts over whether the old Laws had to be observed (eg: circumcision, abstinence from pork, etc). There was also the "scandal" that St. Peter preferred to associate with the Jewish converts for which St. Paul "resisted him to the face," calling him out on it in public. I need to study up more on how these factions were reconciled.
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answered When talking about the Trinity, what does “persons” mean?
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answered What is Messianic Judaism?
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answered Why the difference in depiction of the cross between Catholics and Protestants?
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answered Should a Christian read books known to be heretical / blasphemous / against Christianity?
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answered Who believes in Mechanical Inspiration?
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answered Is the Old Testament a Jewish book?
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revised What are the major differences between the NKJV and the ESV translations?
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answered What are the major differences between the NKJV and the ESV translations?
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answered Is there Biblical justification for one ideal spouse?
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answered From a biblical perspective, Who performs a miracle - the person or God?