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comment According to the Catholic Church, does Jesus condemn those who don't believe?
I've edited this question to make it more clear that I'm looking for an answer that is based what the Catholic Church teaches. This is in response to the votes to close and the suggestions I received here: meta.christianity.stackexchange.com/questions/5949/…
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revised According to the Catholic Church, does Jesus condemn those who don't believe?
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comment Where did the account of Veronica originate?
@KorvinStarmast My familiarity is almost entirely with the R.C. Church, so I'm sorry if I slighted the Presbyterians. I've never heard any of my Protestant friends talk about attending Stations, so I just assumed it was unique to Catholicism.
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comment What is the Catholic explanation of the particular temptations of Jesus in the wilderness?
The emphasized point you make halfway through this answer is exactly correct and very succinct.
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comment But, what is the greater baptism?
While there could have been more substance to this question, I'm confused as to why it's been so heavily downvoted.