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The Shared Heritage of All Christians (Protestant, Catholic, Orthodox and Others) – Ecumenism Series – CHS 82

A gathering of various Christian leaders (Catholic, Orthodox, Pentecostal, Lutheran and others) standing before the congregation in Santiago, Chile. Image taken by Eduardo Frei

In the Second Vatican Council’s Unitatis Redintegratio (Restoration of Unity – The Decree on Ecumenism 21 Nov 1964), the Council fathers spoke of the shared heritage among all Christians. The Council fathers wrote as follows: “On the other hand, Catholics must gladly acknowledge and esteem the truly Christian endowments from our common heritage

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Was the Council of Trent the First Ecumenical Council to Canonize the Deuterocanonical Books? – CHS 84

An image of the Council of Trent meeting in assembly. The presiders of the council are set to the left with the bishops and theologians to the right.

Was the Council of Trent the First Ecumenical Council to Canonize the Deuterocanonical Books?

In general introductions to the history of the Bible or in books critical of Catholic Christianity, the claim is often made that the Council of Trent was the first ecumenical Council to canonize the Deuterocanonical books. This claim is made

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Catholic Disregard for the Second Vatican Council – CHS 58

Certain Catholics express much hostility toward the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965). One such objection posits that the Second Vatican Council was entirely focused on pastoral matters and not Catholic doctrine. For this reason, those who use this argument often maintain that the statements of the Second Vatican Council as well as its actions can be simply disregarded. In this episode, we talk

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