Dr. Taylor Marshall discusses the release of the Vatican document on the ‘Community Baptism’ or what is more commonly referred to as the ‘we baptism’ form. This form has been declared ‘invalid’ by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. Dr. Marshall explains why this is so, as well as other forms that are also invalid.
If we jumped into a time machine, traveled back to the first centuries of the Church, and asked Christians what they believed about the seven sacraments, would we feel we were among Catholic brethren? Karlo says yes, and he shows, using the writings of the early Fathers, that their belief regarding the sacraments is the same belief the Catholic Church professes today.
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Source: Catholic Answers podcast on catholic.comReprinted with permission MSGR. EUGENE MORRIS Do the sacraments do what they claim to do? Msgr. Eugene Morris defends their efficacy in a world that mostly fails to see them for what they are. Msgr. Morris is a sacramental theologian and a priest of the […]