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answered “Blessed Virgin” - not Saint?
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comment Could a lowborn during the middle ages read the bible?
Medieval books of the hours were made and read by all classes. Cf. also Walsh, James Joseph. The Thirteenth, Greatest of Centuries. Fordham University Press, 1907.
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comment What does catholicism say about inheritance?
@MattGutting All human law should be in-line with divine law.
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comment What does catholicism say about inheritance?
Do you mean can a non-Catholic inherit property from his Catholic parents?
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19
comment Does the latest encyclical of the Pope have a Latin version?
@PeterTurner Like what? The Vatican maintains a list of Latin neologisms.
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comment NFP open to new life
@Grasper: No, the husband threatening to commit adultery might be a grave reason for having recourse to infertile times. Having a child is a great good, regardless the circumstances, and committing adultery a great evil.
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comment What is the biblical basis for the Catholic and Eastern doctrines of the Assumption of Mary?
@Axelrod The question asks for biblical basis, not pagan basis.
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comment How has apostolic succession been “unbroken” in the wake of depositions, antipopes, immorality, and simony?
@Mr.Bultitude Go ahead. I'll try to answer it.
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revised Does the Catholic Church teach that some who died before Christ are still in Limbo? Why?
Fr. Cornoldi commentary
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revised Does the Catholic Church teach that some who died before Christ are still in Limbo? Why?
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answered Does the Catholic Church teach that some who died before Christ are still in Limbo? Why?
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revised Is there a concise eschatology in the Catholic Church?
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comment Is there a concise eschatology in the Catholic Church?
@AndrewLeach: The Catechism of the Council of Trent (Roman Catechism) is very clear and concise.
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answered Is there a concise eschatology in the Catholic Church?
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comment How has apostolic succession been “unbroken” in the wake of depositions, antipopes, immorality, and simony?
This is a good start, but could you back it up with magisterial pronouncements, esp. your answer to the first question?