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An ancient wooden chair, symboling Peter’s teaching authority in Rome, is encased in bronze here behind the main altar in St Peter’s Basilica. Happy Feast of the Chair of St Peter! ... See MoreSee Less

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An ancient wooden chair, symboling Peter’s teaching authority in Rome, is encased in bronze here behind the main altar in St Peter’s Basilica. Happy Feast of the Chair of St Peter!

 

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Takes your breath away the first time you see it in person.

“The papacy isn’t a Catholic invention. It’s instituted by Christ & clearly rooted in the Bible!” - from my podcast for Friday’s feast of the Chair of St Peter. traffic.libsyn.com/edwardsri/073-sri-podcast-Keys-of-the-Kingdom-02-20-19.mp3“I should be free to decide for myself my own spiritual values and make up my own morality. I don’t need a pope telling me what to do!” How would you respond to these challenges? This week is the perfect time to ponder these questions as the Church celebrates the Feast of the Chair of St. Pete... ... See MoreSee Less

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The Church has had many weak popes over its history. Some were downright maniacal. And some are anything but “humble”

Indeed.. your books help a lot in my Faith and our small Catholic group here.. I used it for my studies

What if the Pope and the folks in the Vatican seem like they are going liberal and teaching things that ain’t faithful