Reflection on this fact leads to another question: why is it so important or even necessary for the pope and the bishops to have the authority to teach doctrine definitively
and thus infallibly?
The second clause, however, which says, "I also firmly accept and hold each and every thing that is proposed by that same church definitively
with regard to teaching concerning faith or morals," has no corresponding canon in the codes of the Catholic Church.
is the leading developer of stents that are designed to definitively
treat bifurcation lesions.
Footnote (17) to that section is quoted as follows: "It should be noted that the infallible teaching of the ordinary and universal Magisterium is not only set forth with an explicit declaration of a doctrine to be believed or held definitively
, but is also expressed by a doctrine implicitly contained in a practice of the Church's faith, derived from revelation or, in any case, necessary for eternal salvation and attested to by the uninterrupted tradition.
Nevertheless, some things definitively
In the 1975 "Declaration on Certain Questions Concerning Sexual Ethics," the Vatican's Sacred Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith spoke of those "homosexuals who are definitively
such because of some kind of innate instinct or pathological constitution judged to be incurable.
The issue of whether the "physical presence" standard is applicable only to sales and use taxes has not been definitively
Most of these firms are relatively young, and it would be premature to definitively
extrapolate their experience into a trend.
5% between 2004-2005, limited case law exists to definitively
demonstrate the effectiveness of intercreditor provisions and to provide guidance for the standardization of documentation of future second-lien loan transactions.
A Brief Chapter In My Impossible Life, definitively
read by actress Mandy Siegfried, and brilliantly authored by Dana Reinhardt, is the engaging story of sixteen year old Simone.
Publishing articles that defy conventional expectations by definitively
addressing uncomfortable points of view on the social, political, and economic issues of the day is a hallmark of the 126 "alternative newsweeklies" (non-daily free-circulation papers with distinct, local identities distinguishing them from their corporate mainstream press contemporaries) serving their readerships in the United States and Canada.
We're not going to definitively
say we're putting him on the DL,'' Tracy said.