From at least the 13th century until December 7, 1965, Roman Catholicism
had formally denied civil and other human rights to non-Catholics by teaching, in effect, that "theological error has no rights" in a properly governed (i.e., Roman Catholic) state.
This epiphany stimulates his conversion to Roman Catholicism
. Years later, he dies in Haiti, where he has gone as a missionary.
Louis, Missouri) presents articles ranging from a column to several pages on people, movements, institutions, practices, and doctrines of Roman Catholicism
beginning with the second century AD.
Infallibility--no word so closely identified with Roman Catholicism
is more misunderstood.
A more consequential look at a single figure is Andrew Hadfield's "Translating the Reformation: John Bale's Irish Vocacyon," which argues persuasively for the centrality of Bale's work in forming the English view of the Irish as incorrigible in their stubborn clinging to Roman Catholicism
One will search far and long before finding a more eloquent and effective presentation of the legitimate, albeit underreported, diversity within contemporary Roman Catholicism
. When was the last time you read an intelligent discussion about legitimate active sex lives for single women and men within Roman Catholicism
In 1850 Hahn-Hahn converted to Roman Catholicism
and began publishing pious stories and poems.
The sections are generally chronological, beginning in indigenous religions and ending with Protestantism and Roman Catholicism
entering the 21st century.
was very much a Western enterprise.
Her verse frequently reflects her devout Roman Catholicism
and her love of Italy.
He covers central concepts of the Christian faith such as redemption, transubstantiation and sin, gives brief biographies of leaders in thought and deed within both Protestantism and Roman Catholicism
, and also explains the beliefs of historical and current groups within the faith.
The shining city on the hill that was Roman Catholicism
in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, according to this first view, saw its foundational underpinnings knocked out one-by-one as misguided reforms took from both clergy and laity - perhaps dogmatically - nonessential elements of parish life, that clearly defined what it meant to be a Roman Catholic.