Dating outside catholicism


11-Nov-2017 17:16

The history of the Catholic Church begins with the teachings of Jesus Christ (c. AD 30), who lived in the Herodian Tetrarchy (later formed into the Roman province of Judea (Roman province) by the Roman Empire).

Christianity spread throughout the early Roman Empire, despite persecutions due to conflicts with the pagan state religion.

Too many myths and misunderstandings are being perpetuated in this area of our faith. which ) has two dimensions: it’s an intimate, personal act between you and the Person and Christ and is also a public act of being in communion with the rest of his Body. The outward act of receiving the Eucharist is a visible, public sign of the invisible union of your mind, will, and heart with Christ and his Church and all that she proposes for your belief.

In the 11th century, already strained relations between the primarily Greek church in the East, and the Latin church in the West, developed into the East-West Schism, partially due to conflicts over Papal Authority.

No one should approach the Lord in a state of serious sin (deliberate and willful disobedience) that would offend and grieve him!

If one is in a state of grave sin—living in a way that is seriously not in keeping with God’s laws—one should not receive Communion. Again, one doesn’t demand that God give of himself in Communion when that person reserves part of himself that he will not surrender to the Lord through his Church.

“The Church (His Bride) is given the authority to bind and loose from Christ himself. (Matt )To protect the truth, to uphold the dignity of the sacrament, and to avoid scandal (confusion, misinformation, wrong teaching) to the rest of the Body, The Church has made the best way clear and lives up to her faithfulness to Christ to keep us safe.

All marriages between one man and one woman who exchanged consent (I do) are presumed to be valid including between the baptized (sacramental marriage) or un-baptized (natural marriage) until proved otherwise.The fourth crusade, and the sacking of Constantinople by renegade crusaders proved the final breach.



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