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Faithful Catholic - Father of 4, Husband of 1

Programmer of cloudish things from Southern Wisconsin.

Fairly proud Herzing, UW Madison and UW Rock County Alum


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comment First Occurrence of “Sea of Forgetfulness” in Christian Literature
Seems like something John Bunyan would have wrote, but that doesn't appear to be the case.
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revised Where did Aquinas say that the “greatest penalty of sin is the loss of the sense of sin”?
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comment Attending two different churches
Good answer, I think one could write a lot more about it though!
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comment What's the context in the “Hail” part of Hail Mary?
But in the context of the Gospels, or even just Luke, is anyone else hailed?
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comment What's the context in the “Hail” part of Hail Mary?
@shiningcartoonist not really other than praying the rosary makes you really think about the words. Took me 10 years just to think of that :)
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asked What's the context in the “Hail” part of Hail Mary?
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answered Did Jesus know from the outset that He was the Son of God or did Mary tell Him?
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accepted What do Protestants say was the source for the doctrine of the perpetual virginity of Mary?
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comment Was this teaching (of soul existing before a birth) condemned by the Church?
@bri St. Thomas is a bit hard to understand. But I think he's talking about Adam's creation, not ours. Adam was created fully functional.
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comment Was this teaching (of soul existing before a birth) condemned by the Church?
@brilliant, I believe the good doctor is referring to Adam and not you and me.
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comment Was this teaching (of soul existing before a birth) condemned by the Church?
newadvent.org/summa/1090.htm#article4 here's the summa article for that.
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answered Was this teaching (of soul existing before a birth) condemned by the Church?
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answered Are unbaptized RCIA candidates required to celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation during the RCIA process?
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comment In Catholicism, what can the Saints be patrons of?
I heard recently that St Patrick is also the patron of architects since he apparently learned architecture in Rome in the time between his enslavement and becoming a bishop.
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comment In Catholicism, what can the Saints be patrons of?
@fred St. Joseph is usually thought of as the patron of a holy death, since its believed that he died accompanied by Our Lord and Our Lady.
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revised Blessings of the Priest
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answered Blessings of the Priest