I’ve already informed you in an earlier post that I have magisterial approval. I’m certified by a regional diocese/state.
How are you qualified to judge whether another poster is giving “personal interpretation” or “opinion” or “magisterial teaching”?
Defining Catholic terminology should, by all rights, be made using a Catholic dictionary.
And the Catholic Church normally is simply referred to as the “Catholic Church.” The word “Roman” only specifies the liturgical rite used at a particular parish which, in this case, would be the Latin Rite.
Evidently, you fail to understand fully the Catechism of the Catholic Church and the function of the Magisterium…as well as my words…if you ‘personally interpreted’ my post as a “dismissal” of either.
(I believe we have met before in another forum, and it wasn’t any more productive than it is now.)
Defining what is and what is not Catholic teaching should be done using an authoritative Catholic source.
Sorry, I don’t remember you but I hope to see you in heaven, too.
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