The Catholic Church has long been criticized as “too dogmatic”.

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The church has long been criticized as “too dogmatic.” Demands are constantly made that it change its 2,000-year-old teachings on marriage, family, sexuality, morality and other matters related to the truth about human beings. But even if others do not agree, the church understands that what it proclaims is revealed truth — the Word of God.

The church’s teachings are timeless. They cannot be changed, even though adherence may be upsetting to some. That the church is built on a rock with fixed beliefs is a positive feature, both because it can withstand the shifting winds of public opinion and because of the cherished content of our faith itself, which fosters love among Catholics and non-Catholics alike.

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  1. If one thinks about it, humanity has not changed in 2000 years, even though cultural norms change. The basics of human beings do not change, this is why Dogmas don’t change!
    Christ is unchangeable….He is the same, Yesterday, Today, and Forever! If you follow Christ. You follow his Laws!


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