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Do Roman Catholics really venerate Icons and Holy Scripture equally?

From the tone of your question, I'm guessing you're thinking Catholics ought to find as much divine truth in paintings as they do in the written gospels. That's not the case. Venerating the book of ...
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Why is the Council of Jerusalem not considered as the First Ecumenical Council of the Catholic Church?

Why is the Council of Jerusalem not considered as the First Ecumenical Council of the Catholic Church? First of all, what is an Ecumenical Council? Ecumenical Councils are those to which the bishops, ...
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What does it mean to say that Vatican II is pastoral rather than ecumenical?

What does it mean to say that Vatican II is pastoral rather than ecumenical? True that the Second Vatican Council was a pastoral one. It is equally an ecumenical council as well. Vatican II remains ...
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Why did the Council of Laodicea condemn "Judaizing" Sabbath rest?

That the council had to legislate on the matter shows that some Christians were, indeed, resting on the sabbath. Socrates Scholasticus, writing in the 5th century, states that churches in many places ...
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Where to find the canons of the Carthaginian Council of 397?

Is this what you are looking for? https://archive.org/details/acts-of-the-council-of-carthage-397-and-council-of-hippo-393-v-1-2022/page/22/mode/2up
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What is referred to as the “Black Week” in the recent history of Catholic Church?

What is referred to as the “Black Week” in regards to the Second Vatican Council in the recent history of Catholic Church? This expression of ”Black Week” is a term that is sometimes used to denote ...
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