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A global computer network providing a variety of information and communication facilities, consisting of interconnected networks using standardized communication protocols.

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Does “Where ever there is more than one of you gathered in My name” apply to the Internet? [closed]

I mean I'd like to think so...and people communicate on this site about Christianity, but I was wondering if a virtual gathering counted as well. The verse I'm referring to is Matthew 18:20: 20 ...
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When is mormon.org going to be updated?

According to the new Style Guide of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, mormon should not be used to refer to the Church or its members, which mormon.org (which is owned by the Church) ...
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Can Catholics receive sacraments via Skype?

Can Catholics receive any of the sacraments via Skype?
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Does the RCC permit Catholic laity to answer exegetical questions (i.e., interpret scripture) on a forum or website?

For example, suppose a forum member asked, "What is the meaning of the phrase 'this mystery...which is Christ in you, the hope of glory' in Col. 1:27? (You can replace this with any scripture, the ...
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How does the Magisterium protect the faithful and the general public against misinformation of the Catholic faith in the Internet Era?

Question in Short In the Internet era, how does the Magisterium help both the faithful and the non-Catholic public to discern the authentic voice of the Catholic faith tradition? Background Before ...
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What are the rules or laws a Catholic must follow if he/she has a website or blog?

Are there any rules or laws (of the Code of Canon Law) that a Catholic must adhere to if he/she operates a blog or website in which he may teach or write about the Catholic faith?
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Surveys to find out which Christian denomination I am most like

Are there any (free) surveys or questionnaires that I can use to determine which Christian denomination I am most like? I have been a Christian for many years and have preferred to read the Bible and ...
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Are there any Catholic Audiobook sharing websites like Librivox?

Are there any Catholic audiobook websites like librivox, where christian volunteers from all over the world can read a catholic book, and upload the audiobook to share with all other christians? "...
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Is there an online or downloadable “copyable” bible?

What I mean is a site or file that is designed to be copied on the computer. I.e, no headers, no footnotes, all chapters of a book on one page, preferably with options like verse-per-line and ...
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Complete online editions of the Church Fathers

Where can one find a complete version of all the Church fathers online or digital? This is probably not a regular Christianity.SE question, since it is more of an external reference query. I am more ...
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Is it a mortal sin to miss mass on Sunday? [duplicate]

If someone is confuse and in fear, is it a mortal sin to miss mass on Sunday? Can an online internet live traditional mass be an alternative option?
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Samaritans, the Jubilee and Jesus

In the Wikipedia page about Jubilee, an anonymous writer added the following text: "Jesus declared a Yovel by referencing Isaiah in 27 A.D., i.e. the 1666 year of entry into Canaan and the 34th 49 ...
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Is sharing “Fake News” and gossiping “Fake News” a mortal sin? (Catholic perspective)

In light of the current media trend of reporting and resorting to fake news and gossiping, and some netizens are somehow careless in becoming an instruments to spread it. Some social media users ...