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revised Has there ever existed a Catholic local church feast at Rome in honor of the Domine Quo Vadis?
Tidied links to help legibility and screen-readers
Feb
8
comment Does the Roman Catholic church recognize LDS baptisms?
Related question and answer
Feb
7
comment The Seven Laws of Noah?
It looks like [4][5][6][7] are references. What are they references to? Have you simply copied this from somewhere else? As Lee comments, changing "any viewpoint" to something more specific would be good; as would narrowing down the denominations you're asking about, too.
Feb
6
comment According to the Roman Catholic church, who can baptize a new believer?
All of this is covered in Canon Law, to which reference should be made (Canons 849-878). CIC covers who may baptize, in what circumstances, what sponsors are required (if any), and how the baptism is to be recorded.
Feb
1
revised Is celebrating Christmas required of Catholics?
Compound adjectives make the sense easier
Jan
31
comment Is there a term for a marriage between a Catholic and a Protestant?
Well, no; the Orthodox are not Protestant [back to my original comment] but everything which stems from the Reformation is. Perhaps the UK is slightly odd in that we have non-conformists as well, which include Catholics.
Jan
31
comment What Popes have resigned in the past?
@Ken Actually he did: he used the word renuntiare, and renounced the ministry of the Bishop of Rome, Successor of Peter, which is the papacy. Latin original text | English translation
Jan
30
comment Is there a term for a marriage between a Catholic and a Protestant?
Well, with the possible exception of the Orthodox, a non-Catholic Christian is Protestant, rather by definition.
Jan
29
comment What are the current views of the Catholic Church on the right to secession?
It would appear that the official document is Gaudium et Spes (one of the output of Vatican II).
Jan
29
revised In which languages could the Tridentine Mass be said in?
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Jan
29
revised Why are there so many modern saints?
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Jan
29
revised What is the biblical basis for Jesus Christ being the eternal Son of God?
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Jan
29
answered In which languages could the Tridentine Mass be said in?
Jan
28
answered What is the origin of the “in sæcula sæculorum” of the «Gloria Patri» being translated as “world without end”?
Jan
28
comment What is the origin of the “in sæcula sæculorum” of the «Gloria Patri» being translated as “world without end”?
It probably was, since that was the first prayer book in English.
Jan
27
comment What species of flower might Jesus have been referring to when he said, “Consider the lilies”?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it belongs on BH.SE.
Jan
27
comment Remit of Defender of the Bond in Catholic declaration of nullity investigations
@MattGutting I'm not sure what the role of the Promoter of Justice is; Canon 1430 says he acts "for the public good" -- I wouldn't say that that means he acts for the applicant, nor necessarily to explain how best to interpret the applicant's evidence for nullity. The question is whether the Defender of the Bond can do that; I don't believe he can, Canon 1436 notwithstanding.
Jan
27
revised Remit of Defender of the Bond in Catholic declaration of nullity investigations
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Jan
27
answered Remit of Defender of the Bond in Catholic declaration of nullity investigations
Jan
20
revised What views are there about the necessity of Jesus' murder?
Link to context of previous question. Tidied up a little.