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comment Is there a heresy that teaches every action is a sin?
@curiousdannii I asking whether there's a heresy in which it is impossible to do a good act and where every act is a sin.
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comment If God was incarnated on another planet, would He have been Jesus?
@curiousdannii Such as? And why should this question exclude "the Catholic perspective"?
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comment Which is the 'correct' bible for Catholics?
@AndrewLeach: The link I provided supplies the reasons, but I've added some to the post.
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revised Which is the 'correct' bible for Catholics?
described why the Original Douay-Rheims is a superior Catholic "study Bible"
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revised What information do we have on the real vision of Pope Leo XIII?
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answered What information do we have on the real vision of Pope Leo XIII?
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reviewed Approve Why has God punished every human for one person's sin?
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reviewed Approve In the Latin Catholic Church, would clerics administer the last rites if the sick person's illness is contagious and deadly?
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reviewed Approve Is there a heresy that teaches every action is a sin?
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answered How does "Evangelii Gaudium” pose a new perspective on capitalism?
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answered In the Latin Catholic Church, would clerics administer the last rites if the sick person's illness is contagious and deadly?
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answered Which is the 'correct' bible for Catholics?
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asked Is there a heresy that teaches every action is a sin?
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answered Why has God punished every human for one person's sin?
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reviewed Approve Why do some denominations not wash feet before taking communion?
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comment If God was incarnated on another planet, would He have been Jesus?
I've cast my vote to reopen. St. Thomas Aquinas speculated on this in his Summa Theologica III q. 3 a. 7, "Whether one Divine Person can assume two [or more] human natures?".
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revised If God was incarnated on another planet, would He have been Jesus?
cleaned up question; added "incarnation" and "hypostatic-union" tags; removed "nature-of-god" and "jesus" tags
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revised If God was incarnated on another planet, would He have been Jesus?
added "incarnation" and "hypostatic-union" tags; removed "nature-of-god" and "jesus" tags
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comment Can a Catholic priest take Anglican services?
@cwallenpoole: There is no doubt that the Catholic Church always considers Anglican orders invalid because the Anglican ordination rite is defective, regardless if a valid bishop performs it. Pope Leo XIII wrote in Apostolicae Curae §36: "…we pronounce and declare that ordinations carried out according to the Anglican rite have been, and are, absolutely null and utterly void."
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revised Can a Catholic priest take Anglican services?
clarified that the Catholic Church considers Anglican orders "absolutely null and utterly void"; a dispensation from Rome cannot change the ontological state of a layman to a priest; only conferral of the Sacrament of Holy Orders can