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The Holy Trinity is described as Three Divine Persons in one God. As God, all Three Persons are equal. In addition, Christ has two natures: God and (incarnated) man. When the Holy Trinity as Three
Your premise is incorrect. The Church does not "approve" apparitions. It can only conclude, in a few cases, that there is nothing in them that is contrary to the Faith. A Catholic is NOT obliged to
The question often arises how much emphasis we should put upon private revelations, apparitions, and visions. There have been some 260 alleged, likely spurious, "apparitions" since Vatican
You apparently missed John 20:21-23: "He said therefore to them again: Peace be to you. As the Father hath sent me, I also send you. When he had said this, he breathed on them; and he said to them:
Your Protestant friends are being presumptuous. Judgment is God's, Who sees all, not man's. This reasonable principle is given in the First Book of Kings (16:7/DRV): "Nor do I judge according to the
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