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SUBJECT
TEACHING
SOUL
PIUS
ROMAN CATHOLIC DOCTRINE
DEFENSE
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CHRIST
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TRUE CHURCH
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PAPAL INFALLIBILITY
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TRANSUBSTANTIATION
CATHOLIC DOCTRINE
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Catholic Doctrine"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Catholic doctrine was brought before the people in a way they had never understood it before. (Web site)
  2. Roman Catholic doctrine is more than this shared body of beliefs, as is the doctrine of each of the Christian groups. (Web site)
  3. In Roman Catholic doctrine, the Assumption means that Mary, the mother of Jesus, was taken (assumed) bodily into heavenly glory when she died. (Web site)

Religion

  1. Catholic doctrine teaches that the religion of our first parents was monotheistic and supernatural, being the result of Divine revelation. (Web site)

Response

  1. This is a response to the Catholic doctrine of merit. (Web site)

Subject

  1. After briefly indicating the grounds of the Catholic doctrine, some views prevalent on this subject among Protestant authorities will be noticed. (Web site)

Teaching

  1. T. speaks of Praxeas and his teaching, then deals with the Catholic doctrine of the Trinity (divine economy or dispensation). (Web site)
  2. Like his predecessor, Benedict XVI is theologically conservative and his teaching and prolific[ 2] writings defend traditional Catholic doctrine and values. (Web site)

Soul

  1. Such is the Catholic doctrine on the nature, unity, substantiality, spirituality, and origin of the soul. (Web site)

Pius

  1. Pius X rejected modernist interpretations of Catholic doctrine, promoting traditional devotional practices and orthodox theology. (Web site)

Roman Catholic Doctrine

  1. In response, John Henry Newman 's Tract 90 attempted to show that the Articles could be interpreted in a way less hostile to Roman Catholic doctrine. (Web site)
  2. No attempt is made to define the nature of the real presence in the eucharist (such as the Roman Catholic doctrine of transubstantiation).

Defense

  1. Pius IX was particularly distinguished for his defense and explanation of Catholic doctrine. (Web site)

Obedience

  1. As part of their service to the Roman Church, the Jesuits encouraged people to continue their obedience both to scripture and also Roman Catholic doctrine.

Christ

  1. The conversation touched upon all subjects - Vedic rituals, Roman Catholic doctrine, Christ, St. Paul, the growth of Christianity, Buddha. (Web site)

Sacraments

  1. The beauty of the Roman Catholic doctrine of Original sin is that it controlled the flow of grace to counter the grave effects through their sacraments.

True Church

  1. He also noted the existence of objectionable teaching on another point of Catholic doctrine about the true Church. (Web site)

Catholic

  1. The Episcopal Church follows the via media or "middle way" between Protestant and Roman Catholic doctrine and practices: that is both Catholic and Reformed. (Web site)

Church

  1. Six Articles (1539): although the organisation of the church in England was reformed, the articles reaffirmed Catholic doctrine.
  2. They are differently named parts of the whole "church"; Protestants reject the Roman Catholic doctrine that it is the one true church.
  3. The Council of Trent, concluded in 1563, reaffirmed traditional Catholic doctrine and ordered internal reforms of the Church. (Web site)

Papal Infallibility

  1. In 1795 he was assigned to serve in Rome, and there he published a defense of the Catholic doctrine of papal infallibility (supreme authority). (Web site)
  2. However, the Roman Catholic doctrine of Papal Infallibility is limited in application and is subject to contingencies.

Bishop

  1. In Catholic doctrine only a bishop can ordain men to the priesthood. (Web site)
  2. Roman Catholic doctrine holds that one bishop can validly ordain another male (priest) as a bishop. (Web site)

Holy Orders

  1. Holy Orders is one of the Seven Sacraments considered to be of Divine institution in Catholic doctrine. (Web site)

Transubstantiation

  1. Luther rejected the Catholic doctrine of transubstantiation.
  2. He completely rejected the Catholic doctrine of transubstantiation and the treatment of the Supper as a sacrifice. (Web site)
  3. In particular, Methodists reject the Roman Catholic doctrine of transubstantiation (see "Article XVIII" of the Articles of Religion, Means of Grace). (Web site)

Catholic Doctrine

  1. It is therefore Catholic doctrine that the Church from the earliest times believed in the power to forgive sins as granted by Christ to the Apostles. (Web site)
  2. Catholic doctrine also recognizes that the Church itself and all the bishops, including the Bishop of Rome, are infallible.
  3. As part of their service to the Roman Church, the Jesuits encouraged people to continue their obedience to scripture as interpreted by Catholic doctrine.

Categories

  1. Transubstantiation
  2. True Church
  3. Religion > Christianity > Sacraments > Holy Orders
  4. Papal Infallibility
  5. Roman Church
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