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A dogma of the Catholic Church is defined as "a truth revealed by God, which the magisterium of the Church declared as binding. The Catechism of the Catholic Church states: Dogma can also pertain to the collective body of the Church's.
A dogma of the Catholic Church is defined as "a truth revealed by God, which the magisterium of the Church declared as binding. The Catechism of the Catholic Church states: Dogma can also pertain to the collective body of the Church's dogmatic teachings and doctrine. The faithful are required to accept with the divine and Catholic faith everything the Church presents either as solemn decision or as general teaching. Yet not all teachings are dogma.
Translated by Mary Ledderer
The image of God arises in the intellect slowly, laboriously, in proportion to strict fidelity to conscience, yet, in the end, never of itself represents more than a supreme Someone. It is only in and through the Christian tradition that the vague God of conscience is known clearly. Translated by Mary Ledderer. New York: Sheed and Ward, 197fl. Professor Michael Schmaus presents a straight-forward description of the Church which is sensitive to the contemporary theological questions of ecclesiology but avoids becoming involved in controversies.
Published June 1976 by Sheed and Ward.
This second volume in Dr. Schmaus' ""Dogma"" series begins the presentation of the subject matter of theology . God, therefore, and the Trinity, are studied only insofar as necessary for an understanding of Christ as the Son of God. Schmaus' ""Dogma"" series begins the presentation of the subject matter of theology not in the traditional way, by a treatise on God, unus et trinus, but with the event of Christ, so as to bring out the Christocentric nature of Christianity.