Catholic view of "One God"?
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by /u/atleasthalf
36m ago
Peace and blessings upon you. Apologies if I misunderstand any topic. I have found that the Athanasian Creed is quite clear that the One God is the Trinity. The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are all the One God. Yet, according to the Eastern Orthodox, the "One God" is the Father alone, and the Son and Holy Spirit are entirely subordinate to the Father (so I hear that they say "the Word was divine" but not "the Word was God", meaning He is of the Divine Essence and "God" in that sense, but is not the One God Almighty). The justification I hear for this is that the Nicene Creed was origi ..read more
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Rosary and Chaplet of Divine Mercy
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by /u/coltssiouxfan
36m ago
I’ve been doing the Rosary and Chaplet of Divine Mercy the past 3 days and it’s been so refreshing in life. It’s been relaxing and calming at the same time. If you haven’t done them both in the same day I highly recommend it. God bless you alll! submitted by /u/coltssiouxfan [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Being a Christian with same sex attraction feels impossible
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by /u/Interesting-Ship7622
36m ago
How do Christians expect people with same sex attraction to be able to focus on our faith when they are constantly harassing us and excluding anyone different from feeling at home? I’m someone who grew up being bullied and called gay since I was a young child way before I knew what that meant. Now that I am older I love my faith and decided to be celibate as a part of my walk with Christ. However, I still have gotten treated poorly by many Christians because they usually still assume I’m gay, and realistically I can’t share any of my experiences on this topic with other Christians without bei ..read more
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Hypothetical: If a group of Catholics is isolated from a priest/bishop in an apocalyptic event, what would happen?
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by /u/Earl-of-Keizer
36m ago
For example, in a failed martial colony or a post zombie/nuclear apocalypse, or something of that. If a group of Catholics survive, but a priest/bishop doesn’t, and they are isolated from the rest of the Church for a long time, maybe even generations, what would they/should they do? Without a bishop, they can’t make more priests, and in an apocalypse bread and wine might be difficult to come by. Without the Church, Mass, Baptism, etc, what would Catholics do? Just faith and good acts? And at that point, functionally what sets them apart from an evangelical Protestant? Thanks in advanced, I’m ..read more
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Is it a sin to pray for myself or others to die?
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by /u/Future-Stay-3315
2h ago
Sorry if this is an uncomfortable question. Under what circumstances is it okay or not okay? submitted by /u/Future-Stay-3315 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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I was curious if anyone here has read this book and if so what were your thoughts on it?
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by /u/Hilla007
2h ago
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Would it be more correct to follow biblical food laws or even become vegan?
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by /u/Federal-Bed1010
2h ago
In Genesis, God says that he wanted Adam and Eve to use the plants and seeds as food meaning they were vegan. Then sin came and God allowed meat, but he banned and allowed specific things as said in Leviticus and Deuteronomy. And even later Jesus said, in Mark 7:18-19 “There is nothing outside the man which can defile him if it goes into him but the things which proceed out of the man are what defile the man.” Meaning any food laws are banned? My actual question is would it be more correct to follow the way God intended us to live as vegans? Or even eating the way he wanted us to eat,but with ..read more
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Mary is the spouse of the Holy Spirit
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by /u/HolisticHealth79
3h ago
Hello, In a Facebook group for Catholic and Protestant (friendly) debate, a gentleman made the comment that Mary is the spouse of the Holy Spirit. Is this an actual Marian dogma? If so, I'm hoping to learn more behind this belief. Thank you. submitted by /u/HolisticHealth79 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Im starting my total concentration to Mary tommorow
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by /u/ItzEpik1
4h ago
I’ve been researching this topic a lot and it was today I felt incredibly called to do it I prayed over it most of the day and it was after I prayed the rosary I realized that the 33 day process started tomorrow. The main reason for my catholic conversion was the love of Mary. Pray for me that I may succeed in giving my life fully to Mary. Edit: i realize I misspelled consecration but it’s too late to change the title submitted by /u/ItzEpik1 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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I saw this on an ex catholic subreddit… is this true? Is our faith and veneration for Mary based off of the gospel of James ?
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by /u/Party-Ad-805
4h ago
Hello, this is not a spam or troll post… I’m genuinely asking as a proud defender of the Catholic faith i came across this and wanted to know if there’s any validity to it?? Are there any other reasons we believe Mary was a perpetual virgin or without sin? Is our faith really based off this condemned book? I’m very troubled by this. submitted by /u/Party-Ad-805 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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