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  1. Nov 21, 2021 · The Catholic Church. A Roman Catholic diocese or a Roman Catholic parish, so named, is referring to predominant liturgical expression of using the Roman Rite of the liturgy. However, following the example of the Second Vatican Council, we ought to use the term Catholic Church when describing the universal Church.

  2. The Catholic Church claims that Peter was the head of God’s church. Paul says in Ephesians 5:23 that Christ Jesus is the head of the church. “For the husband is the head of the wife, even as Christ is the head of the church: and he is the saviour of the body”. They claim that Peter has the keys of heaven and earth.

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  4. Mar 07, 2008 · A. What the Catholic Church objected to, contrary to what many have heard, was the quality of Tyndale’s translation. The Church did not object to an English translation. The Church has historically made many translations into vernacular languages. I would recommend Where We Got the Bible by Henry Graham, son of a Presbyterian minister. A few ...

  5. Mar 24, 2013 · As for the Roman attached to Catholic, that was not started for another 1000 years after Constantine. The British, who left the Catholic Church and adhered to the church founded by Henry VIII, the Church of England, called the Catholic Church the Roman Catholic Church to denigrate it as a foreign “Romanchurch. We do not call ourselves the ...

  6. All jokes aside, the Roman Catholic Church does recognize these languages in the liturgy, especially if you go to a Latin Mass! The Kyrie is obviously Greek, they use the word "Amen" (Hebrew origin), and the Sanctus contains Hebrew words like "Hosanna" and "Sabaoth". "For the Church, precisely because it embraces all nations and is destined to ...

  7. Sep 29, 2009 · * the Latin Church’s numbering is the most common in the Catholic Church and is the one referred to by Protestants who, ignoring Eastern Catholic Churches, accuse the Catholic Church of having dropped a Commandment;