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Former Anglican (in the Anglo-Catholic tradition from age 9), now a Roman Catholic in the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham in the UK.


Sep
11
comment Is impotence developed AFTER the marriage (and consummation) a ground for annulment in Catholic canon law?
Matt beat me, but I'll leave this here because this answer mentions Canon 1098.
Sep
11
answered Is impotence developed AFTER the marriage (and consummation) a ground for annulment in Catholic canon law?
Sep
10
comment How do Catholics reconcile these verses about giving publicly and yet privately?
It's entirely possible that this question would be better placed on Hermeneutics.
Sep
10
answered How do Catholics reconcile these verses about giving publicly and yet privately?
Sep
9
comment An image of half a leg on a church wall?
They have a website. But I can't find such an image. I expect the passage underneath it explained what it was about.
Aug
24
comment What are the main differences between Anglicanism and Catholicism?
Re works/faith and the relationship to salvation (your point 2, and perhaps point 3): see this question
Aug
17
comment In modern times, what would happen to a Roman Catholic monk if he were to violate his monastic vows?
Just to be certain, you are asking specifically what the ecclesiastical penalties are for a religious breaking his vows?
Aug
14
comment Is Latin considered a more holy language in the Catholic church?
There may be a grain of truth in this, but Latin is certainly in current use. Not only is every Church document written in Latin (and then translated), it's even in use in modern, ephemeral media.
Aug
14
comment For Catholics who object to Vatican II, what are the key issues?
FSSP - Priestly Fraternity of St Peter; SSPX - Society of St Pius X; SSPV - Society of St Pius V; CMRI - Religious Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen; I don't know what NFP, BoD and BoB refer to.
Aug
10
comment Why did the Catholic Church change so radically after Vatican II in regards to the status of Jews?
"It's said that..." Given that this entire question is predicated on "it's said that...", it would be really helpful to know who said that or where it's stated.
Aug
3
comment In the Catholic Traditional Mass, what is Low Mass? What other Masses are there?
What research have you done already? Have you looked in the relevant editions of GIRM? What did you find?
Aug
3
revised In the Catholic Traditional Mass, what is Low Mass? What other Masses are there?
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Aug
1
revised During the Mass, may the Priest skip the Act of Penitence and the Kyrie Eleison?
GIRM isn't grim!
Jul
27
comment Does the Catholic Church still stand behind Isaiah 14:21?
I think the verse should be read in the context of the whole chapter. It's referring to the King of Babylon (who may even be associated with the antichrist).
Jul
27
answered Where does the idea that you cannot conceive of light until you see it come from?
Jul
25
comment How are first-grade relics prepared?
Paragraph 237 of the linked Directory on Popular Piety and the Liturgy is actually relevant to the question and deserves to be quoted, although it doesn't go into the detail the question appears to want.
Jul
24
comment Did Mary have other children?
This answer is useful, but the two paragraphs right at the end seem out of place in discussing perpetual virginity (and more suitable for the Immaculate Conception and the Assumption).
Jul
24
comment Is the Catholic Church NOT against all birth control?
It should also be noted that Benedict XVI's comments were not in the context of asking about birth control.
Jul
18
revised What is the Authoritative Catholic explanation of why the Magi get a pass, yet Catholics are to reject astrology?
Quoting uses > for clarity
Jul
17
revised What's the origin of the Catholic object that is a staff with a cross on top?
Add in the right word for search purposes