catholi[1] - Patrick Mooney Period 7 What I Disagree with...

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Patrick Mooney Period 7 What I Disagree with the Catholic Church As a Catholic, I believe in Jesus rising from the dead, and I believe that the Trinity does exist. However, as an inquisitive person, I sometimes wonder why the Catholic church would have certain rules that have been passed down by tradition when they seem to go against the basic teachings of Christianity. Some of these traditions that I disagree with include the infallibility of the pope and how homosexuality is a sin. First, the infallibility of the pope is something that I cannot help but question. Why would the church give a human the ability to say objectively what is right and what is wrong? Even though the pope is a righteous man, he cannot be right all of the time. It almost seems like blasphemy simply because only God knows everything, and the pope is not God. Also, this rule seems to restrict individual thinking within the Catholic church because in the end, the only opinion that matters is the pope’s. For instance, the Catholic
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2010 for the course PHYS PHYS201 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at Mott Community College.

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catholi[1] - Patrick Mooney Period 7 What I Disagree with...

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