Can Documents of the Magisterium of the Church Contain Errors?
Can the Catholic Faithful Resist Them?
By Arnaldo Vidigal Xavier da Silveira
Translated by John R. Spann and José Aloisio A. Schelini
THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR THE DEFENSE OF TRADITION, FAMILY AND PROPERTY—TFP
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Library of Congress Control Number: 2015958377
A compelling study of the conditions for papal infallibility and errors in magisterial documents. Extremely timely guidance for those confused by present developments. This study answers common objections whether there can be errors in documents of the Magisterium and what type of resistance is allowed. Containing 157 pages, this study is thoroughly annotated and is a must-read for Catholics who care to understand the crisis in the Church today and how to face it with a balanced position.
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