Incorrect. Catholics are the original Christians and those who've drifted away from the Bride of Christ of their own accord don't have a very thorough appreciation of the history of Christianity. You also need to pay attention. The post I responded to specifically asked a question regarding Catholic teaching, teaching which is based on Scripture.
As far as I know, the most the bible gets into it is do not forsake the gathering together of yourselves.
Better brush up on your reading of Scripture and not the abridged and heavily edited version of it that you apparently are loosely familiar with.
—Better brush up on your reading of Scripture and not the abridged and heavily edited version of it that you apparently are loosely familiar with.—
Actually I am familiar with the Greek and Hebrew lexicons.
What you quoted was not in the bible.
I would also appreciate it if you tried to show me the same respect I’m trying to show you.
In case there was any confusion in my original response, what I *meant* was that it was uniquely Catholic, not universally Christian, in the same way that some things are uniquely Baptist and not universally Christian.
What's incorrect is the thinking that some *church* is the bride of Christ.
Believers ARE the church, now matter when or where or even if they attend some local assembly of believers labeled *church*.