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reviewed Approve How did Irish monks contribute to the evolution of private confession?
Mar
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comment Why is foot washing so uncommon nowadays
Good question. This isn't a full answer, but I think part of the reason is that, in those times, people walked around on dusty/dirty roads in sandals, whereas we have clean roads, cars, and shoes. Our feet just don't get anywhere near as dirty now as they used to.
Mar
23
comment Is there more than one Joseph in the Bible?
@GaryMcCoy: I went ahead and converted your "answer" to a comment on this answer. If you continue to participate, you can earn enough reputation to comment on answers yourself. In the meantime, please reserve the answer box for actual answers.
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reviewed Approve Does Catholicism consider body building to be a sin?
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reviewed Approve Looking for Nanjing Mandarin Colloquial version (南京官话译本) of the New Testament
Feb
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reviewed Approve Is there a Christian response to dying in dignity or assisted suicide?
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Feb
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reviewed Reopen Holy children, does it mean that they are saved if they die young?
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reviewed No Action Needed What specific good does Catholicism attribute to play and entertainment?
Feb
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reviewed Reviewed Why was Aaron not allowed into the promised land?
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reviewed Close What was silent about the night in 'Silent Night'?
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reviewed Close Is there a biblical base for the reason why in the Catholic church are so many monasteries?
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reviewed Approve Is there a biblical base for the reason why in the Catholic church are so many monasteries?
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Jan
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comment According to the Catholic Church, what is meant by the prophecy, “A bruised reed he will not break . . .”?
If you want to do that, you'll have to downsize it yourself. I used the trick of appending an s to the Imgur link, which is the thumbnail version.
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reviewed Edit According to the Catholic Church, what is meant by the prophecy, “A bruised reed he will not break . . .”?
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revised According to the Catholic Church, what is meant by the prophecy, “A bruised reed he will not break . . .”?
tighten up a bit