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    Your reading shows the glaring error of your...

    Your reading shows the glaring error of your understanding: gross materialism. Transubstantiation is not an alchemical i.e. physical change in material accidents (the chemistry etc, that would be the...
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    Of course the Mother of the Lord our God, Jesus...

    Of course the Mother of the Lord our God, Jesus Christ, is more important than His ambassadors - to God if not in some men's taste. Not because of her womb or breasts nor even of her heart and being,...
  3. For the same reason it teaches that you must love...

    For the same reason it teaches that you must love your neighbour as yourself - because you love God with all your heart and mind and strength. Jewish belief (and some Christians following it) has...
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    No, there was no blunder. Unlike First Clement -...

    No, there was no blunder. Unlike First Clement - which was once included in canons of the texts deemed to be 'all scripture' - the Protevangelium of James was never considered part of the writings of...
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    Until the Host is digested as the Lord so willed...

    Until the Host is digested as the Lord so willed - for it is He Who willed to present Himself to us according to the power of His word in bread and wine, speech and action, recognition and acceptance...
  6. The canon of Scripture - that is, the Holy Bible...

    The canon of Scripture - that is, the Holy Bible - is one such dogma necessary to salvation which is also both non-biblical and unscriptural. It is non-biblical, of course, because like the...
  7. For a bite-size protestant-shaped BBC-type...

    For a bite-size protestant-shaped BBC-type worldly minded outline of the Deposit of Faith:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/religion/religions/christianity/beliefs/basics_1.shtml

    In fact, it is all that...
  8. Infallibility refers only to the source of...

    Infallibility refers only to the source of teaching authority at work in Christ, not least in His body to the end time, and that in apostolic ministry for all that time.

    "And Jesus came and said...
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    "Then Mary said, ‘Here am I, the servant of the...

    "Then Mary said, ‘Here am I, the servant of the Lord; let it be with me according to your word.’ Then the angel departed from her." Lk 1 : 38.

    This is a pledge of engagement to the Will Of God as...
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    First, there is no need whatever to shout - even...

    Did you actually 'READ' the OP in its entirety? I only ask that, because I ADDRESSED what you just said in it. If not, go back & reread it. Because if 'born of water' refers to the waters of...
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    All who are baptized in water and the Spirit are...

    All who are baptized in water and the Spirit are born from above; some, in exceptional circumstances, are baptized in blood or desire - the Holy Infants slaughtered in Christ's name, the Penitent...
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    That is your opinion, it is not thereby made the...

    That is your opinion, it is not thereby made the Truth .. any moreso than my opinion makes something true.

    First, the apostles - those disciples who accompanied the Lord - baptised with John's...
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    They were canonised under liturgical use in the...

    They were canonised under liturgical use in the West at the the Councils of Hippo and Carthage, affirmed alone as canonical at those of Rome and Orange, reaffirmed in that self-same canon at...
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    The Sacrament of Baptism unites us to Christ in...

    The Sacrament of Baptism unites us to Christ in His body, outside of which name there is no salvation: His one, holy, catholic and apostolic church - for the Catholic Church is not one denomination...
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    Jesus was baptised in water and by the Holy...

    Jesus was baptised in water and by the Holy Ghost, not for His own need but ours; we are - in the Sacrament of Baptism - born from above by the Spirit in the water of regeneration with its appeal for...
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    In the same typical manner and the symbolic truth...

    In the same typical manner and the symbolic truth that enables us to affirm that Jesus her divine Son is a door (in fact: the only Way), the Lamb, and a king and a priest after Melchizedek; because...
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    You and I - like Mary - have to be co-mediators...

    You and I - like Mary - have to be co-mediators with Jesus, each according to His gift of grace .. or we are not part of Him: the One Mediator, through Whom alone we have access to the Father at One...
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    There is no necessity in person, only as one body...

    There is no necessity in person, only as one body with one Spirit, the communion of saints in the one, holy, catholic and apostolic church.

    And that form of request is limited to the formal...
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    "And blessed is she who believed that there would...

    "And blessed is she who believed that there would be a fulfilment of what was spoken to her by the Lord." Lk 1 : 45.

    Clearly, then, His ever-blessed Mother did believe in Him, His divine purpose,...
  20. I suspect, although I cannot know - without...

    Protestant soteriology agrees with Paul in that they want their lives to be "hid with Christ in God" (Col 3:3)--- "in Him, not having a righteousness of my own, which is of the law, but that which is...
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