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How well do Catholics in the USA know Latin?

How well do Catholics in the USA know Latin? How well do Catholics in the USA and other countries speak Latin? Generally speaking, Catholics have a very poor working knowledge of Latin, while many ...
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According to Catholicism, is ”damn” a blasphemous expression?

According to Catholicism, is ”damn” a blasphemous expression? The short answer is no! However, it would generally be considered a form of profanity when used in certain circumstances. Using this term ...
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What do Young-Earth Creationists think about the Proto-Afro-Asiatic language? Did it really exist? And, if so, when?

All historical linguists agree that Proto-Afro-Asiatic was spoken way earlier than Proto-Indo-European. First off, this isn't true, or is at best a) contested, and b) based heavily on dating ...
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What is LDS policy/teaching on not taking God's name in vain in languages where it is extremely common?

I'd like to expound on @intcreator answer. While the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints does discourages vulgarity, swearing, and foul language (talk by Gordon B Hinckley is great), the ...
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