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  • 1 Infallibly — In*fal li*bly, adv. In an infallible manner; certainly; unfailingly; unerringly. Blair. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 infallibly — adverb In an infallible manner; The pope speaks infallibly ex cathedra …

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  • 3 infallibly — infallible ► ADJECTIVE 1) incapable of making mistakes or being wrong. 2) never failing; always effective. DERIVATIVES infallibility noun infallibly adverb …

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  • 4 infallibly — “+ adjective : without fail : surely, certainly must make the proper use of his opportunities or he will infallibly perish A.C.McGiffert …

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  • 5 infallibly — adverb see infallible …

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  • 6 infallibly — See infallibility. * * * …

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  • 7 infallibly — adv. unerringly, without the ability to make mistakes; unfailingly, reliably …

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  • 8 infallibly — ad. Certainly, surely, unfailingly, without fail …

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  • 9 infallibly — in·fallibly …

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  • 10 infallibly — See: infallible …

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  • 11 Infallibility — • In general, exemption or immunity from liability to error or failure; in particular in theological usage, the supernatural prerogative by which the Church of Christ is, by a special Divine assistance, preserved from liability to error in her… …

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  • 12 Roman Catholic Mariology — This article is about Roman Catholic perspectives, and does not reflect the views of other segments of the Catholic Church such as Eastern Catholics. For general Christian views, see Mariology. A series of articles on Roman Catholic Mariology …

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  • 13 Marian doctrines of the Catholic Church — The Marian doctrines of the Catholic Church have their foundation in the central teaching of the Council of Ephesus that the Virgin Mary is the Mother of God. Because of this, the Roman Catholic Church has always considered her to be the most… …

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  • 14 Infallibility of the Church — The Infallibility of the Church (or, more properly, indefectibility of the Church) is the belief that the Holy Spirit will not allow the Church to err in its belief or teaching under certain circumstances. In Christianity, this belief is held… …

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  • 15 Assumption of Mary — Assunta redirects here. For the hospital in Malaysia, see Assunta Hospital. Santa Maria Assunta redirects here. For churches with this dedication, see Santa Maria Assunta (churches). This article is about the theological concept. For works of art …

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  • 16 Ordinatio Sacerdotalis — (Latin for On Ordination to the Priesthood) is an Apostolic Letter issued from the Vatican by Pope John Paul II on 22 May 1994, whereby the Pope expounds the teaching of the Catholic Church s position requiring the reservation of priestly… …

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  • 17 William Levada — Infobox Cardinal honorific prefix = name = William Joseph Levada honorific suffix = title = Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith caption = province = diocese = see = San Francisco (Emeritus) enthroned = May 13, 2005 ended =… …

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  • 18 Molinism — • The name used to denote one of the systems which purpose to reconcile grace and free will Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Molinism     Molinism      …

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  • 19 Predestination — • Those divine decrees which have reference to the supernatural end of rational beings, especially of man Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Predestination     Predestination …

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  • 20 Nature and Attributes of God —     The Nature and Attributes of God     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Nature and Attributes of God     I. As Known Through Natural Reason     A. Infinity of God     B. Unity or Unicity of God     C. Simplicity of God     D. Divine Personality… …

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