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The New Testament books describing the life of Jesus: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John

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According to Catholicism, did the Temptation(s) of Jesus take place on the same day? The Church has not made any pronouncements in one way or another. Many believe that the Temptations of Christ in t …
answered Mar 19 by Ken Graham
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When are lay men and women permitted to proclaim the Gospel in a Catholic church? Your question has to be answered in three parts and must be answered with a sober yes; but the yes can be only permit …
answered Feb 4 '16 by Ken Graham
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Other than the Apostles who were present and depending on one's interpretation of what "who" stands for, it seems that at least the demons knew that Jesus was the Messiah. Moreover, demons came ou …
answered Nov 27 '16 by Ken Graham
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There is no indication in Catholic teaching that Our Lord "acted out" any of his parables. The Catholic Encyclopedia is completely mute on this subject. The closest one can find is the Gospels that …
answered Apr 3 by Ken Graham
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For people who believe in Jesus and not the devil, what happend in the desert? There are Christians who believe in Jesus, but not in a personal Devil. For example: the Christadelphians. Devil …
answered Jun 24 by Ken Graham
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The Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke, John Historical book: Acts Pauline Epistles: Romans, 1 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1 Thessalonians, 2 Thessalonians …
answered Nov 30 by Ken Graham
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Jewish world and later Christian—and, specifically, Catholic—faith and practice, especially in changing attitudes toward the afterlife and of heaven, hell, and judgment. Throughout the gospels
answered Sep 16 by Ken Graham
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According to Catholicism, How would Jesus have addressed St. Joseph? Neither the Scriptures nor tradition provides any record of Jesus addressing Joseph in any way, and the only recorded uses of “Fat …
answered Jul 1 by Ken Graham