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comment Where did Aquinas say that the “greatest penalty of sin is the loss of the sense of sin”?
Their radio calendar is here. Could you update the link with the URL of the specific episode you are referring to?
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comment Where did Aquinas say that the “greatest penalty of sin is the loss of the sense of sin”?
Please provide specific references. St. Thomas's Opera Omnia is online, and Roberto Busa, S.J. is a good concordance of all his works in Latin.
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answered Where did Aquinas say that the “greatest penalty of sin is the loss of the sense of sin”?
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comment Is the Roman Catholic church condemning Protestants?
@DickHarfield Or "headed by who looks (somewhat) like a pope"…
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comment Is the Roman Catholic church condemning Protestants?
@DickHarfield There's another possibility: Vatican II formed a new, non-Catholic sect that is not the Catholic Church.
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comment Is the Roman Catholic church condemning Protestants?
@fredsbend Then they're not Catholic, but Modernists.
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comment Is the Roman Catholic church condemning Protestants?
What you quote is an illustration of how the Second Vatican Council is not Catholic: it directly contradicts what the Church has always taught; and since the Church cannot contradict herself or lead others into error, Vatican II is not of the Catholic Church. Specifically, what you quote directly contradicts Bl. Pius IX's Quanta Cura and Syllabus of Errors, among many other pre-Vatican II magisterial pronouncements.
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comment Scriptural basis for monarchical episcopate
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
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comment Scriptural basis for monarchical episcopate
@brilliant So Judas wasn't even an Apostle when he was alive?
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comment Scriptural basis for monarchical episcopate
@brilliant: Do you doubt St. Matthias, who replaced Judas, or the other successors of the Apostles were bishops? They weren't present at the Great Comission (Matt. 18:20). Also, Acts 1:15ff. shows St. Peter's first act of papal primacy in granting bishoprics.
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comment Scriptural basis for monarchical episcopate
@brilliant Yes, the Apostles were bishops, but with some important differences (enumerated here) compared to their successors.
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comment Was Jesus' human nature included in the Trinity?
@TheFreemason If His remains are still in the tomb, He has not resurrected. This would be no different than simply dying, where the soul separates from the body.