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  1. Sep 02, 2021 · Following Jesus as a traditional Roman Catholic. There is an ancient maxim, “ Lex orandi, lex credendi, lex vivendi .”. Loosely translated, this means, The law of praying is the law of believing is the law of living. While this captures a universal truth, it has become a motto of significance for traditionally minded Roman Catholics.

  2. Aug 06, 2021 · He does not have the Catholic Faith, which is why he cannot possibly be the “rock” on which Jesus Christ built His one and only true Church, “the pillar and ground of the truth” (1 Tim 3:15; cf. Mt 16:18-19) — the rock whose purpose is to confirm the brethren in the faith (cf. Lk 22:32), and who will never himself suffer shipwreck in it:

  3. The Catholic Church, during its long history, has on occasion been subject to criticism regarding various beliefs and practices. Within the Church, this includes differences of opinion regarding the use of Latin at Mass, and the subject of clerical celibacy. In the past, different interpretations of scripture and critiques of clerical laxity ...

  4. 9. Latin Mass forbidden. FACT: For over 1000 years, the Roman Catholic church often conducts their mass services entirely in the Latin language, when no one sitting in the pews understands the Latin language. Most Roman Catholics who have sat through such a Latin Mass service have wondered what is going on.

  5. Nov 10, 2021 · A description of his role is clearly expressed in number 882 of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, which quotes from the documents of Vatican II: “the Roman Pontiff, by reason of his office ...

  6. Truly, the Roman Catholic Church is "drunk with the blood of the saints, and with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus" (Revelation 17:6). 25. The Roman Catholic Church is the Whore of Revelation 17 Who or what is the whore/woman of Revelation 17? Here are 13 points indicating that the "whore" is the Roman Catholic Church.

  7. Mar 31, 2021 · However, the Catholic Church made important changes in the 20th century. In 1959, Pope John XXIII dropped the word “perfidis” entirely from the Latin prayer in the all-Latin Roman missal.