Category Archives: Ecumenism

Claiming the fullness of Truth

A teacher was sharing with me recently that he takes issue with the Catholic Church, although he identifies himself as a Catholic, when the Catholic Church claims to have the fullness of truth. He believes that no one religion can … Continue reading

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The doctrine of Transubstantiation and the Dogma of the Real Presence

A point has been made recently in an RCIA class I attend, and it is a point I have made myself on various occasions before, that the Catholic Church is not dogmatically bound to the language of ‘Transubstantiation’. In fact, … Continue reading

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The courtyard of the Gentiles

Pope Benedict XVI has recently ordered the creation of a platform where the Catholic Church will enter into serious philosophical dialogue with serious atheists and agnostics, as an initiative both to carry the cultural conversation into the doors of the … Continue reading

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