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Why must there be a Catholic Moderator elected in the next election?

As a Catholic Candidate, this is in my interest so I support it (Just Kidding 8^D ) St Francis of Assisi had attributed to him the following aphorism1: Preach the Gospel every day; use words when ...
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Are scripture only answers to Catholic Scripture questions not answers?

Answers claiming to represent group X should prove it Everybody1 considers Scripture to be Truth2. But nobody agrees on what that Truth is. With regards to that specific example, Catholics ...
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Why must there be a Catholic Moderator elected in the next election?

I'm going to suggest this is mostly balderdash. Here's why I think that. You've misidentified the problem Most of the issues you've raised have nothing to do with Catholicism vs. other possible ...
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What Closed Catholicism Questions would you reconsider opening?

I VTO'ed 2 of these and would entertain the idea on 2 more. The rest seem to me to be solidly legitimate closures. Are Catholics more likely to accept Platonism's idea of the Forms? Asking if ...
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Separate site for Catholics and Protestants

Pay Attention To The Tags on Questions to Avoid Confusion. I strongly suggest that you pay close attention to the tags under each question. That will prevent most of the confusion. If the question ...
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Are scripture only answers to Catholic Scripture questions not answers?

Answers don't have to provide references or quotes to authoritative sources if they think it's common knowledge that denomination X teaches doctrine Y, but authors should be ready to provide them if ...
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Last question was to "broad"

For starters, I'd recommend pinning down the types of mental illness you're interested in: depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar, eating disorders, self harm, personality disorders (narcissism etc), ...
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Should we have a "Holy See" tag?

This would be a very biased tag, as the Orthodox churches all have a Holy See as well. Furthermore, the Holy See is used to refer to the jurisdiction and governance of the whole Catholic Church, not ...
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Separate site for Catholics and Protestants

I would love that to be the case, the problem is, when this site got started on area51 , the "powers that be" rolled up 3 or 4 disparate sites into this one. I followed the Catholicism site ...
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Would it be a problem to ask the question of historical proof of the existence of the controversial St. Philomena?

You can put whatever limits you want on the question. You can even frame the question, "as a Swedenborgian, prove to me your Philomena" if you wanted. However, I wouldn't specifically exclude ...
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Do you mean "According to the Catholic Church" or "Amenable to Catholics"?

In non-doctrinal issues, I believe the Church Fathers or something in these lines would suffice. No need to have the question tagged Catholicism every time. After all, the Church Fathers are ...
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Are scripture only answers to Catholic Scripture questions not answers?

A standard of question which inherently rejects this core fact about Catholic epistemology cannot be considered valid, therefore: we must allow for questions not to specify specifically a dogmatic or ...
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What Closed Catholicism Questions would you reconsider opening?

I will address selected questions. ... What is the case against seeing the Medieval Catholic Church as oppressive? The case to be made if one is to help with this homework assignment is that the ...
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