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The Catholic Church and its teachings and views on specific subjects.

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tldr version: It is not normally permissible by cannon law for you to participate in the Eucharist. However, you can still join the communion line and indicate you would like a blessing by placing you …
answered Aug 31 '11 by cledoux
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The Catholic Church directly contradicts many of the teachings of Swedenborg, but as best I can tell has not directly addressed Swedenborg himself. I am unaware of any documents from the Magisterium d …
answered Sep 20 '11 by cledoux
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The liturgy of hours, as I understand it, was traditionally a form of public prayer. The religious communities would pray this together. Thus I'm not sure if there is a "traditional" way to pray it …
answered Sep 20 '11 by cledoux
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The Catholic Church is very explicit in its teachings that "all salvation comes from Christ the Head through the Church" (CCC 846). The only way to enter the Church and become part of the Body of Chr …
answered Sep 1 '11 by cledoux
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Since demongolem, a_hardin, and Peter Turner did a good job explaining what a Hail Mary is, I won't try and answer that question. Instead, I can give you my understanding of the use of repetitive pra …
answered Aug 31 '11 by cledoux