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  • The Second Vatican Council

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    May 30

    Note: The freedom of the Wolf means the death of the sheep! (C) on the horizon of religious morals, the Zeitgeist WINS! The Christian religion (Rome) is not a democratic organization. It is thus the capitalist system always closer than democracy. South America (liberation theology) is a good example of this. Today the secularization (separation of State and Church, Treaty of Church of the State) is maintained us limited. Hamdi Ulukaya may not feel the same. Catholic holidays apply equally to all citizens and all religions for example. But what a Muslim with Easter and Pentecost do? France is as much law compliant. Christianity is a world religion that emerged from Judaism. …

    Christians believe in one God (monotheism) as a Trinity, that is a nature unit consisting of father, son and holy spirit. … Some 2.26 billion adherents, Christianity is the world’s most widespread religion…. Both the Pope and the bishops College has the highest authority of the world church 9-stage hierarchy. The Pope is head of the College of bishops and does Supreme, full, immediate, and universal jurisdiction over the whole Church. In the exercise of his rights, he is not limited. This violence is also known as Primatialgewalt.

    The Pope is advised in his duties by the Synod of bishops and the Cardinals. The Curia as a governing body for the Government of the Church existed. The College of bishops is a subject of law. … Carrier management violence. The Second Vatican Council and the CIC 1983 attributable to highest and full powers in regard to the whole Church the Bishop College, which exerts it together with the Pope as the head of the College of bishops. The exercise of violence against the Pope is, however, not possible. Dictatorship, such as FIFA, dogmatism, clan society A State Church contract is a contract between a State (nation-State or another Member State, such as in particular a land of the Federal Republic of Germany) and a religious community.

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