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Does the Church condemn those who disagree with its teachings?

Question:

Why does the Catholic Church pronounce anathemas upon those who disagree with its teachings? This was done, for example, at the Council of Trent. Isn&#039;t it presumptuous of the Catholic Church to &quot;damn to hell&quot; someone who refuses to submit to its doctrines?<br />

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