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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


Jul
21
comment Re-marrying in the Church
Hi Andrew, nice answer but unfortunately I think this one's a drive-by - probably didn't help that the question was closed - so much for welcomming. I meant to cordially invite you to follow the catholic culture site or at least put some input in on it. (gotta get some activity so it doesn't get canned)
Jul
17
comment What exactly is Peter's connection to Rome according to Catholic dogma?
Why does Peter need to be the first Bishop of Rome for his successor to be chief of the Apostles? (not that I doubt he was the first Bishop of Rome)
Jul
16
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Jul
15
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Jul
14
comment What exactly is Peter's connection to Rome according to Catholic dogma?
This looks like a good answer, but don't you think it needs a little more dogma and a little less science?
Jul
13
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Jul
12
comment Re-marrying in the Church
Why are we closing hypothetical questions? This is not phrased as pastoral advice.
Jul
12
answered Re-marrying in the Church
Jul
12
comment What is the purpose and meaning of the Christian Flag?
Yeah, I think any Catholic would know that. It's good to know the purpose isn't exclusive though. (I thought it was a Methodist-ish flag)
Jul
12
comment What is the purpose and meaning of the Christian Flag?
thanks for answering, I was really wondering if it was a "Christian" flag or a "Protestant" flag and this answered it pretty well.
Jul
9
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Jul
9
comment Can a practicing Catholic who joined a Protestant church still receive communion in the Catholic church?
That was much better canon law references than mine. I wonder why we all decided to cite Canon Law. Isn't this written somewhere else? Like the council of Trent?
Jul
6
revised Can a practicing Catholic who joined a Protestant church still receive communion in the Catholic church?
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Jul
6
comment Can a practicing Catholic who joined a Protestant church still receive communion in the Catholic church?
@disciple as a Catholic, I think there's a world of difference between these questions.
Jul
6
answered Can a practicing Catholic who joined a Protestant church still receive communion in the Catholic church?
Jul
6
revised Can a practicing Catholic who joined a Protestant church still receive communion in the Catholic church?
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Jul
3
comment Why didn't Protestants argue for traditional marriage by natural reason?
I actually did ask a similar question on the law site law.stackexchange.com/questions/824/… a few days ago.
Jul
3
comment Why didn't Protestants argue for traditional marriage by natural reason?
@shining natural law it's the only argument my Bishop every makes concerning marriage 💑 , and they still call him a bigot
Jul
3
comment Why didn't Protestants argue for traditional marriage by natural reason?
@freds I've always thought natural law was on topic on this site. You won't get very far with it on philosophy law or politics
Jul
3
comment Why didn't Protestants argue for traditional marriage by natural reason?
@hownow there is absolutely no reason to be biased against this answer. But it would be better if it gave some examples of Protestants shooting themselves in their collective feet on account of sola scriptura (as well as times its gotten them out of some jams)