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Coupontray Theme proudly powered by WordPress. Pope Paul VI called her Mother of the Church because, by giving birth to Christ, she is considered to be the spiritual mother to each member of the Body of Christ. In the s, the Second Vatican Council led to reforms of the church's liturgy and practices, described as "opening the windows" by defenders, but criticised by traditionalist Catholics.
Division of Religion and Philosophy, University of Cumbria. The Reformation of the 16th century resulted in Protestants breaking away. Pope Gregory VII further initiated the Gregorian Reforms regarding the independence of the clergy from secular authority. It expressly included hormonal methods as prohibited.
In the latter case, those in communion with the Bishop of Rome retained the adjective "Catholic while the churches that broke with the Papacy were called Protestant. Retrieved "News - Agenzia Fides". The Eastern Catholic Churches are groups of faithful who have either never been out of communion with the Holy See or who have restored communion with it at the cost of breaking communion with their associates of the same tradition.
Marriage is considered the only appropriate context for sexual activity. Archived from the original on 1 September Du willst das live sehen? However, a few Eastern Churches remained in communion with Rome, and portions of some others established communion in the 15th century and later, forming what are called the Eastern Catholic Churches. In his encyclical Humanae vitae Pope Paul VI firmly rejected all contraception, thus contradicting dissenters in the church that saw the birth control pill as an ethically justifiable method of contraception, though he permitted the regulation.
Oxford University Press, June Religious sisters and nuns have been extensively involved in developing and running the church's worldwide health and education service networks. Peter, saying that Cornelius has succeeded to "the place of Fabian which is the place of Peter" Ep Apostolic era and papacy Main article: Apostolic Age The New Testament, in particular the Gospels, records Jesus' activities and teaching, his appointment of the twelve Apostles and his Great Commission of the Apostles, instructing them to continue his work.