Please answer only if you know alot about the catholic church,if you don’t have anything good to say dont say anything at all please,
what is sacred tradition? Is it directly passed down from the apostles and jesus throughout history, unchanged or has it been added onto throughout history? i already know its infaliable by the way
what does magisterium do? does the pope choose whether something is true/infalliable or not concerning sacred tradtion or does it have to do with saints as well?
I am well aware that god speaks throughout the body ( the church) especially through his canonized saints and us, but are their teaching infalliable, i understand that there is the diary of faustina, which is the teaching of mercy throughout the world in a diary, and other writings throughout the church concerning devotions, chaplets, and everything but does the pope discern whether or not it is infallible… and if it is, what does it become, a part of sacred tradition or just a teaching in the church? I am very very new to these teachings,
also i already know by personal experiance that god speaks throughout the memebers of the church, namely warnings and other things, are those infallable too? I mean at most points i think it pretty much is seeing as how it happens later on for me or if someone, like my church director says something when im thinking about things that make me concerned, its like a weight is lifted off my shoulders, which i see as the holy spirit helping me. Or when i right down an inspiration about god from my head on paper, stuff like that in a way.