Roman Catholic Church

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the Christian Church based in the Vatican and presided over by a pope and an episcopal hierarchy

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Part II, the heart of the book, presents an excellent and extensive selection of formal Catholic teachings on 75 topics (expanded from 61 in the third edition) alphabetically arranged.
While perhaps beyond the scope of the book, the authors in future editions might consider expanding the moral interpretation and informed commentary on important issues treated in Catholic teachings.
Through conversations using concrete examples, parents can draw clear lines between Catholic teachings and life.
Allen remembers having plenty of questions about life and Catholic teaching in her teenage years.
The information on Catholic teachings on abortion for this article is from Catholic Options in the Abortion Debate, (1998).
Schwarz examines this link between overpopulation and Catholic teaching on contraception, urging that the latter be reassessed in light of the former.
On October 29, 2003, Britz devoted the equivalent of a full page to an article that disputed, mocked and distorted Catholic teaching on human sexuality.
Critics often charge that in their zeal to impose Catholic teachings on all citizens, the American bishops are demonstrating contempt for the separation of church and state.
That's why it is so important for the cardinal to teach, inform and help people formulate their consciousness in light of Catholic teachings.
This movement was inspired by its American parent-group organized in Detroit in response to the Call to Action movement, which continues to attack Catholic teachings on faith and morals.
I think it's a fact that there are certain services such as birth control that are contrary to Catholic teachings and that Catholic organizations are not allowed to provide,'' said Judy Weiland, a spokeswoman for The Daughters of Charity National Health System-Northeast of St.
Many schools became Catholic in name only with little or no reference to the realities of Catholic teachings, Church history and doctrine, sacraments, etc.
He thinks that the process suggested usurps the authority of the arbitrators because he missed the point that Catholic teachings, like elementary principles, are not negotiable, are not subject to arbitration.
Smith supports is not in harmony with Catholic teachings and precepts.
Refusing to restrict himself to this area, the recent Jewish convert from agnosticism soon began to contradict Catholic teachings, chiefly in moral theology.
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