Sunday, November 13, 2011

Time Magazine Worries Catholics Can't Understand Big Words

When Catholics recite the 4th-century Nicene Creed, for example, Jesus will be described as “begotten, not made, con-substantial with the Father,” instead of “begotten, not made, one in being with the Father.” Begotten is hard enough—how many people know that “consubstantial” means substances that are the same? That’s a word found most often on tests in theological graduate school programs.

This is a strange attitude since Catholic thoughts on other matter via opinon poll are portrayed as being good reason to change Church Doctrine

Get Religion has Sigh. Time for another bad Mass changes story

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