Church Teaching

Some articles on church, teachings, church teaching:

Diarmuid Martin - Future of The Church in Ireland
... Martin said in a speech on the future of the Church on 10 May 2010, that the Gospel reminds "us that the Father would send the Spirit who, at each moment in the ... cannot be pessimistic about the future of the Church in Ireland." He continued saying that "The future of the Catholic Church in Ireland will see a very different Catholic Church in Ireland ... institution and others then in reaction saying that “we are the Church” ...
Hobart Freeman - Controversy
... and babies were reported, and the local media blamed Freeman's teachings as medical treatment had been declined or refused ... Following church teaching, Gilmore and his wife had relied solely on prayer for their son's healing ... from Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio and Kentucky which, they asserted, were attributable to church teaching ...
Catholic Doctrine Regarding The Ten Commandments - History
... According to Church teaching, God offered a covenant—which included the Ten Commandments—to also free them from the "spiritual slavery" of sin ... The coming of Jesus is seen by the Catholic Church as the fulfillment of the destiny of the Jews, who were chosen, according to Peter Kreeft, to "show the ... Explaining Church teaching, Kreeft states, "The Commandments are to the moral order what the creation story in Genesis 1 is to the natural order ...
Our Lady Of Mount Carmel - Church Teaching
... According to the ways in which the Church has intervened at various times to clarify the meaning and privileges of the Brown Scapular "The scapular is a Marian habit or garment ...

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    This teaching is not practical in the sense in which the New Testament is. It is not always sound sense in practice. The Brahman never proposes courageously to assault evil, but patiently to starve it out. His active faculties are paralyzed by the idea of caste, of impassable limits of destiny and the tyranny of time.
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    He felt that it would be dull times in Dublin, when they should have no usurping government to abuse, no Saxon Parliament to upbraid, no English laws to ridicule, and no Established Church to curse.
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