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  • Lists Every Catholic Should be Familiar With: The 3 Pillars of the Church's Authority

    08/10/2010 8:17:05 AM PDT · by Salvation · 7 replies
    Fisheaters.com ^ | not given | Fisheaters.com
    Lists Every Catholic Should be Familiar With Jump to: The 7 Sacraments (The Holy Mysteries)The 7 Corporal Works of MercyThe 7 Spiritual Works of MercyThe 3 Eminent Good WorksThe 7 Gifts of the Holy Ghost (& the Charismata)The 12 Fruits of the Holy GhostThe 3 Theological VirtuesThe 4 Cardinal VirtuesThe 7 Capital Sins & Their Contrary VirtuesThe 6 Sins Against the Holy GhostThe 4 Sins That Cry Out to HeavenThe 3 Conditions of Mortal SinThe 9 Ways We Participate in Others' SinsThe 10 CommandmentsThe 2 Greatest CommandmentsThe 3 Evangelical CounselsThe 6 Precepts of the ChurchThe Holy Days of Obligation (English)The...
  • Catholic Biblical Apologetics: Divine Revelation "By Word of Mouth" (2 Thess 2:15): Handing On

    03/13/2010 8:42:26 PM PST · by Salvation · 5 replies · 158+ views
    CatholicApologetics.org ^ | 1985-1991 | Dr. Robert Schihl and Paul Flanagan
    Catholic Biblical Apologetics Apologetics without apology! What does the Roman Catholic Church teach about ...? ... and why? This website surveys the origin and development of Roman Catholic Christianity from the period of the apostolic church, through the post-apostolic church and into the conciliar movement. Principal attention is paid to the biblical basis of both doctrine and dogma as well as the role of paradosis (i.e. handing on the truth) in the history of the Church. Particular attention is also paid to the hierarchical founding and succession of leadership throughout the centuries. This is a set of lecture notes...
  • Tradition and Reform

    09/04/2006 9:27:10 AM PDT · by Salvation · 20 replies · 480+ views
    Catholic Exchange ^ | 09-04-06 | Marcellino D'Ambrosio
    by Marcellino D'Ambrosio, Ph.D. Other Articles by Marcellino D'Ambrosio, Ph.D. Tradition and Reform 09/04/06 One of the great battle cries of the Protestant Reformation was “sola scriptura!” It seemed to many that the problem with the Catholic Church over the centuries was that it had added all sorts of practices, customs and doctrines. The “Reformers” read Jesus’ critique of the Pharisees’ traditions in this Sunday’s Gospel and thought they’d recognized the same pharisaical approach in the Church of their day. The solution, it seemed, was simple: Let’s purify the Church by ditching all these traditions and keep the Bible alone. But...
  • Who Wrote the Bible? (My title)

    07/02/2006 9:56:56 AM PDT · by Zionist Conspirator · 145 replies · 2,010+ views
    (Note by the poster: I realize I am taking a chance in posting the following, but I am trying to make a point. I beg all of you, before hitting the "abuse" button to please first read the article in its entirety and then to please read my comments below it. I believe even those who disagree with the theology of the article will recognize the point I am trying to make by posting this here. Thank you.)NOTE: We're still working our way through a long list of letters that have arrived in recent weeks. If you've sent us a...
  • What is the Oral Torah?

    06/01/2006 9:22:51 AM PDT · by Zionist Conspirator · 3 replies · 130+ views
    aish.com ^ | 'Aish HaTorah's Discovery Seminar
    Everyone has heard of the Talmud, the accompanying oral part of the Torah. But what is not so clear is that the Oral Torah actually preceded the written Bible we have today!It's important to clarify a common misconception many have about the role of the Oral Torah in Judaism. The Oral Torah is not an interpretation of the Written Torah. In fact, the Oral Torah preceded the Written Torah. When the Jewish people stood at Mount Sinai 3,300 years ago, God communicated the 613 commandments, along with a detailed, practical explanation of how to fulfill them. At that point in...
  • Orthodox-Catholic documentary to foster inter-Christian dialogue - clergy

    08/01/2005 1:09:47 PM PDT · by kharaku · 2 replies · 107+ views
    RIA Novosti ^ | 08/ 01/ 2005 | Olga Lipich
    Orthodox-Catholic documentary to foster inter-Christian dialogue - clergy Moscow, August 1 (RIA Novosti, Olga Lipich) - "Pilgrimage to the Eternal City," an Orthodox-Catholic film production about early Christians in ancient Rome, will help bring the two churches closer together, a spokesman for the Russian Orthodox Church said Monday. "Culture, education, and the promotion of a religious worldview -these are spheres that will be of primary interest to different denominations and will stimulate their cooperation," Moscow Patriarchy Press Officer Vladimir Vigilyansky said. "There aren't, and cannot be, any obstacles [to such cooperation]." The documentary is being made at the suggestion of...
  • Why Tradition? (Part I of II)

    01/28/2005 9:29:10 AM PST · by sionnsar · 24 replies · 302+ views
    Some of the emails I've gotten and some of the public replies to my post on division and the Church have prompted me to some further reflection on the thing we "traditionalists" call the Holy Tradition. My reflections will unfold in two parts, of which this is the first, each part having to do with a different connotation of the question which is the title of this post. That is to say, one connotation of "Why Tradition?" is the sense of explanation, or what we mean when we say things like "Holy Tradition." The other connotation is "Why Tradition?" in...