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comment Is a bishop in Roman Catholic tradition equal in authority with the apostles?
Public revelation (aka divine revelation): beliefs revealed to the apostles, which all members are bound to hold. Private revelation = heavenly messages or Marian apparitions that have been designated "worthy of belief" by the Church, and which a given member of the faithful is not bound to hold.
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answered By what authority does the old Catholic Encyclopedia call itself Catholic?
Apr
20
comment Why did the council of Laodicea condemn “Judaizing” Sabbath rest?
Wiki articles are usually reliable, especially when sourced with references, and the one on Judaizers is no exception.
Apr
20
answered Why did the council of Laodicea condemn “Judaizing” Sabbath rest?
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20
answered Are those instructed before baptism considered catechumens before entering the catechumenate formally?
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20
revised Is a bishop in Roman Catholic tradition equal in authority with the apostles?
Fix grammar
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revised Is a bishop in Roman Catholic tradition equal in authority with the apostles?
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answered Is a bishop in Roman Catholic tradition equal in authority with the apostles?
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revised Do they use icons in the Roman Catholic Church?
correct spelling (and link)
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suggested approved edit on Do they use icons in the Roman Catholic Church?
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12
revised Why is Christmas on December 25th?
9 months after March 25 is December 25...or am I missing something?
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suggested approved edit on Why is Christmas on December 25th?
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comment What evidence exists for post-Biblical miracles?
I suppose one could say that of any news report.
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comment What evidence exists for post-Biblical miracles?
@user, from the the Wiki article Our Lady of Fatima: "Columnist Avelino de Almeida of O Século (Portugal's most influential newspaper, which was pro-government in policy and avowedly anti-clerical),[2] reported the following: "Before the astonished eyes of the crowd, whose aspect was biblical as they stood bare-headed, eagerly searching the sky, the sun trembled, made sudden incredible movements outside all cosmic laws - the sun 'danced' according to the typical expression of the people."