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Quick Questions What does the term ex cathedra mean, and where did the Catholic Church come up with it?
Quick Questions Should we read the Bible literally or symbolically?
Quick Questions Would be appropriate for a Catholic to pledge allegiance to the Bible?
Quick Questions To lead a moral life, is it enough to follow your conscience?
Quick Questions What is a "cafeteria Catholic"?
Quick Questions Which Church teachings have been declared infallible?
Quick Questions Does the Catechism encourage private interpretation of the Bible?
Quick Questions Where does the Church's authority to change canon law come from?
Quick Questions If the deuterocanonical books don't claim divine inspiration, how can they be included in the Bible?
Quick Questions To live a moral life, is it enough to follow your conscience?
Quick Questions Are Catholics free to interpret Bible verses without the Church's approval?
Quick Questions How much authority does the Catechism of the Catholic Church carry?
Quick Questions How do we know the successors to the apostles had the same authority they did?
Quick Questions Were Catholic doctrines such as purgatory and papal primacy really universal in the early Church?
Quick Questions Is the Catholic Church just as divided as the Protestant denominations?
Quick Questions Is there a patron saint for discernment?
Quick Questions Is following your conscience the only requirement for living a moral life?
Quick Questions Has the magisterium only definitively interpreted five or six passages of Scripture?
Quick Questions Does a teaching have to be declared ex cathedra to be considered infallible?
Quick Questions Can the Catholic Church list all the teachings given to the apostles by divine revelation and contained in Sacred Tradition?