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More on mortal sin

For whomever does not know, has forgotten, willingly or unwillingly; or just plain does not presently care, mortal sin is:

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Is Hell only for Satan? - Response to a question

The question was asked, “Is Hell reserved only for Satan?” The answer is in the negative. Hell is a place of pain and punishment for infinity that has been reserved not only for Satan and his demons, but also for all those of us who die in unrepented of and unabsolved mortal sin – that is why the latter is called “mortal.” You can learn more about mortal sin  112 more words

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Catechism

Q. 15. What kind of mediastor and deliverer should we look for then?
A. One whom is truly human and truly righteous, yet more powerful that all creatures, that is, one who is also true God. 50 more words

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Is the Pope really infallible?

Yes. But the Pope speaks infallibly only when he defines a dogma in a solemn ecclesiastical act (“ex cathedra”), in other words, makes an authoritative decision in doctrinal questions of faith and morals. 798 more words

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Just War Doctrine

Should you work in the defense industry in any capacity, make sure you are very well read up on the Just War Doctrine in your Catechism @ 2308-2309. 51 more words

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What is the Pope's responsibility?

As successor of St. Peter and head of the college of bishops, the Pope is the source and guarantor of the Church’s unity. He has the supreme pastoral authority and the final authority in doctrinal and disciplinary decisions. 253 more words

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