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awarded  Yearling
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comment Why doesn't the Catholic Church kill heretics anymore?
@DJClayworth I believe this should be sufficient.
Jul
29
comment Why doesn't the Catholic Church kill heretics anymore?
The latest edit repurposes the question. It might have been better for him to delete and then start over.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How did the livestock of the Egyptians die twice?
Jul
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revised Why doesn't the Catholic Church kill heretics anymore?
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Why doesn't the Catholic Church kill heretics anymore?
Jul
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answered Why doesn't the Catholic Church kill heretics anymore?
Jul
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jul
11
comment What is the endgame for sedevacantists?
@apocalypse_info_click_here How's that asteroid working out for you?
Jul
11
comment Why isn't the Eucharist of protestant churches considered valid by non-protestants?
Unfortunately, while this is true of Anglicans of the 19th century, it is not true of Anglicans today. A number of schismatics from the Netherlands (including validly ordained bishops) joined the Anglican Church and they did have valid orders. Right now their orders' validity is as clear as paste.
Jul
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revised How do Roman Catholics interpret 1 Timothy 4:3
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revised How do Roman Catholics interpret 1 Timothy 4:3
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answered How do Roman Catholics interpret 1 Timothy 4:3
Jun
20
comment Catholic Communion under One Kind
@AndrewLeach I've only been to an Anglican Ordinariate parish a couple of times, and both times it was done in tincture.
Jun
20
answered Catholic Communion under One Kind
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awarded  Caucus
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awarded  Custodian
May
27
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Might icecream be a 'sunbeam' of God or a 'signpost' pointing at God?
May
27
comment What is omitted from the current Western, Catholic Psalter?
Seriously, this is extremely useful.