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The Church Course

Document # TX001512

As the following statements are displayed, indicate whether you agree or disagree with the statement by moving to a spot within the room, designated by posters labeled “Strongly Agree,” “Agree,” “Disagree,” and “Strongly Disagree.”

I know what the Magisterium is.

The Church has a major role in teaching people how to live.

The Church must change with the times, adjusting to society’s needs and desires.

People can make moral and ethical decisions on their own.

The Pope is the successor of Saint Peter.

The Magisterium is a secret society within the Church.

The Pope and bishops are the official teachers of the Church.

Infallibility means that the Church can never make a mistake.

The Church says that people are responsible for defining their own morals and ethics.

The faith of the Church is protected by the Magisterium.

The Church teaches us what we need to know to make good decisions.

Any time the Pope speaks, he speaks infallibly.

Every Church dogma is voted on annually.

Our bishop (Bishop _____) has an important teaching role in our diocese.

The Church’s understanding of doctrine does not change.

The experience of its members is important in Church teaching.

Each Pope decides which rules to follow during his papacy.

The Church teaches in different ways.

An encyclical is an official letter from the Pope to the global Church.

The Church cannot speak about politics and civil law.

Doctrine is an official Church teaching expressed by the Magisterium.

The Church is right to speak out on issues of justice.

Please take your seats. Any questions?

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