According to Catholicism, why did Jesus not name the rich man in the story of Lazarus and the rich man?
There is no reason in particular, according to the Church, why Our Lord did not name the rich man in the parable about the rich man and Lazarus.
Or is there?
It is interesting to note that neither Jesus nor any of the popes (as the Vicars of Christ) ...
I think it's just to give emphasis of the story. First, it certainly wasn't an impossible thing to happen. The road from Jerusalem to Jericho is a long and desolated one. Surely robbers had plenty of time to do what they wanted, and since clothe was valuable, why not steal it?
Moreover, there are several too familiar references in the New Testament about ...
The difference between Protestants and Catholics here all starts with the Catholic view that Mary died a virgin. But some scriptures talk of Jesus's brothers, such as Matthew 12:47 and Mark 6:3. So some Catholics say that brothers here means cousins. Protestants reply that there is a specific Greek word for cousins which would have been more appropriate ...
It was common at that time for several families to travel together, this was a necessity; since there were many highwaymen. And the smaller children were probably left in the care of a trusted member of the family; or a trusted friend.
Since it was normal for all families in that era to watch over all children. This would have been quite normal. As a child ...
If we accept the bible teaching that Mary/Joseph had children, then they would have been younger than Jesus. In the question, the age of Jesus was 12. The oldest sibling was probably no older than 10 at that time.
Is not this the carpenter, the son of Mary, the brother of James, and Joses, and of Juda, and Simon? and are not his sisters here with us? ...
In Luke 13:33 the word apoollumi is translated to perish.
1) to destroy
1a) to out of the way entirely, abolish, put an end to ruin
1b) render useless
1c) to kill
1d) to declare that one must be put to death
1e) metaph. to devote or give over to eternal misery in hell
1f) to perish, to be lost, ruined, destroyed
2) to destroy
2a) to lose